Re(1): Torn pec Posted on 12/30/2017 at 03:36:59 AM by 1234321
Make sure you get the MRI to actually see what's going on instead of guessing.
Then start moving and testing with light weights or rehab work of any kind.
Until you get a clear picture let it rest.
It could be any of the pectorlis major,minor ,biceps,front shoulder,coracobrachialis or all of them together and each and every one needs different strengthening movement patterns and different things to do and to avoid.
In case surgery isn't needed that is.
Channel your need for heavy workouts to lowerbody and let the shoulder girdle rest for a few days.
This is a time that you could easily further injure it even by the smallest movement like turning sides in bed or taking off your shirt.
Apply ice as much as you can for 20 minutes max at a time but as many times per day as possible.
Then come back here with more facts and ask again about it.
Valium isn't for pain by the way,but for anxiety and panic attacks. Replies: