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    His doctor is not wrong. Chondromalcia is...

    His doctor is not wrong. Chondromalcia is softening/irritation of the cartilage behind the knee cap. Yes, you're right on what can cause it, but it doesn't mean the doctor is wrong.
  • The solution to this is to strengthen the...

    The solution to this is to strengthen the serratus anterior. The serratus is responsible for holding the shoulder blade against the ribcage. You need to correct this now or else you're in for a...
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    I think a question like this should ONLY be...

    I think a question like this should ONLY be answered by the prescribing doctor. Blood thinners aren't something you want to mess around with.
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    Could be the start of impingement. I suggest...

    Could be the start of impingement. I suggest backing off the weights a little bit and reading up on this condition. More then likely, at your age, it's a muscle imbalance that needs corrected.
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    ^^^^I'm not exactly sure how just "stop worrying"...

    ^^^^I'm not exactly sure how just "stop worrying" about an injury and continue through the pain is good advice. Tendonitis is not something you should mess with, and needs to be rested. I suggest...
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    Aren't you doing this in your avatar pic? You...

    Aren't you doing this in your avatar pic? You speak of it like it's a bad thing?
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    Sounds like too much weight. Doubt it's small...

    Sounds like too much weight. Doubt it's small tears if it doesn't bother you any other time except when benching, but will lead to one if you don't stop overloading. Look into scapula stabilizers...
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    What? Since when does stretching anything cause...

    What? Since when does stretching anything cause it to become unstable?
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    Exactly. Ripping and popping is going to require...

    Exactly. Ripping and popping is going to require a little more then sitting a week out from the gym.
  • I completely agree with this. In fact I had two...

    I completely agree with this. In fact I had two doctors misdiagnose my labral tear. I even had a physical therapist tell me that when the labrum is torn they typically take the entire thing out. ...
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    Haha no idea what "ironman" certified means. My...

    Haha no idea what "ironman" certified means. My guy was in Altamonte. I'm doing great though, shoulder doesn't even bother me anymore and I've gotten back to weights again. Scapula work has even...
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    I've had ART performed for about 4-6 weeks. It...

    I've had ART performed for about 4-6 weeks. It went well, although it didn't heal my issue (as my issue was scapula imbalance based and not shoulder based). They definitely put your arm in some...
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    Yes the humerus will rotate when your arm is...

    Yes the humerus will rotate when your arm is lifted above your head, as will the scapula as it tilts and elevates to allow for this movement. Not really exactly sure what you're getting at by saying...
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    It's actually the complete opposite. The scapula...

    It's actually the complete opposite. The scapula has the freedom to move around while the head of the humerus is planted in the glenoid cavity (part of scapula) by the rotator cuff muscles.
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    I've always heard it's better to start with...

    I've always heard it's better to start with scapula work to form a solid base for the shoulder, and then after 6-8 weeks of that you'd start working to get the rotator strong.
  • Oh alright I gotcha. I just had never heard of a...

    Oh alright I gotcha. I just had never heard of a bursa sac (besides the elbow and knee) actually rupturing, only because of their location near the surface of the skin. But if you shoulder actually...
  • Were you diagnosed with this? Was there an MRI...

    Were you diagnosed with this? Was there an MRI to confirm you indeed did rupture a bursa?
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    I agree. My MRI without contrast detected a...

    I agree. My MRI without contrast detected a labral tear, but surgery proved that to be wrong.
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    I would have to say no. That seems like an awful...

    I would have to say no. That seems like an awful lot to me. I had one, and that was plenty for me.
  • How many new threads are you going to make about...

    How many new threads are you going to make about this? You've been to the doctor and had X-rays/MRI's taken within the last month (from what i've read). If everything check out normal, nothing...
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