Clavicle fracture. A grossly displaced clavicle requires medical care and no muscle or joint therapy. This requires physician care.
SLing or strap. A displaced clavicle fracture that is not treated with surgery is immobilized by using a sling or strap. Therapy when okd by the treating physician will be geared towards range of motion from the shoulder down to the hand and eventually strength and resistance. Make sure you have clearance to start.
It should be fixed - With surgery using plate/screws to realign the grossly displaced fragments. Doing this, the muscles also realign ; heal better, resulting in a better function of the shoulder. This would be the quickest way to return to pre-injury level of function ( or as near to it, as you possibly can). Good luck. Read more...