Episode 125: What shoulder injuries commonly afflict older athletes?

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In the Zone
What shoulder injuries commonly afflict older athletes, and what treatments are available for them?

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2 Responses to Episode 125: What shoulder injuries commonly afflict older athletes?

  1. Shoulder injuries can hinder any athletes, no matter what sport, performance. If you have a shoulder injury get it looked at by a specialist immediately. The longer you wait the worse it can get.

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