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A baseball coach holds the shoulder of his pitcher. Nicholas Sgaglione, MD, details New York Yankee Miguel Andujar's experience and highlights how to recover from a torn labrum, including surgery.
Is surgery the right choice for a torn labrum?
Rest, inflammation reduction and muscle strengthening can prolong playing time, but labrum surgery might be the right answer for athletes like New York Yankee Miguel Andujar.
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Rest, inflammation reduction and muscle strengthening can prolong playing time, but labrum surgery might be the right answer for athletes like New York Yankee Miguel Andujar.
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