I am most likely going to be going in for surgery next week for the above mentioned injury. I over-stressed my right shoulder's biceps tendon at the shoulder joint and it came loose and is not staying in place when I rotate my shoulder so exercise is very uncomfortable now. I can't even run without my shoulder getting sore.
So basically the surgery involves the surgeon cutting off the top portion of the biceps tendon that wraps around the shoulder joint that is injured and re-attaching the rest to the humerus so that it stays.
Do you think this is a good surgery? Does anyone know anything about it? Recovery time? Should I be able to lift at 95% strength given a few months of rest and healing? I had open-surgery for instability and dislocation 6 years ago and was able to lift at 98% strength after a year and this seems to be a smaller procedure.
ANY comments would be appreciated!