Again, thank you everyone. I'm located in the Pittsburgh area...about 20 miles east of the city.
Originally Posted by HereBeADragon
Indeed it is subacromial impingement as confirmed by MRI. Also noted were tears to my supraspinatus and subscapularis muscles which were minor. Between the neck issues and shoulder I was pretty messed up. Neck is repaired as stated except for the nerve damage (my index finger for example is still numb and the neurosurgeon/spinal specialist said it could take up to 18 months, if it's not permanently damaged for feeling to come back).
I notice that when I work out, I just don't get that "pumped" feeling in my right side where the brachial plexus goes, even if I were to do a tricep extension with a dumbbell for example, it just doesn't pump....have to wait for it to heal if it does.
Would kettlebells be a good idea? I know the hype says they help somewhat with mobility as well as building/maintaining muscle. I know there are lots of kettlebell workouts out there, it could be something to look into at least.
Someone with kettlebell experience can feel free to correct or confirm.
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