Many athletes who rely on their throwing motion for their livelihood consider the torn shoulder labrum one of the most fearsome injuries. In many cases, it can ruin a career or at the very least, leave them benched for weeks if not months. The labrum is a cartilage found in the shoulder’s ball-and-socket joint where the arm meets the body. It serves to deepen the socket so that the ball stays in place and helps stabilize the arm. When the labrum is torn due to injury, the ball may slide part or all of the way out of the socket. ... Read More
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