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what to expect when getting a shoulder subluxation surgery?

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Dr. Ryan Pflugner
14 years experience Sports Medicine
Long recovery: If your surgery is done only with a scope(labral repair) or if done with a full incision the recovery involves giving the repair time to heal followed by a dedicated physical therapy course to regain your motion and strength.
Answered on Jan 22, 2015
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