So I realized that I have missed mentioning a key injury in the shoulder, particularly in overhead athletes. Interestingly, we’ve only known about what this injury actually is since the early 80’s. SLAP stands for Superior Labrum Anterior-Posterior. You may recall (if you’ve read my other posts) that the shoulder is like a golf ball [...]
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