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Tendonosis of long head of biceps 20-Apr-2012 At 11:53:39 AM Sonic
I mildly tore my long-headed bicep tendon a couple of years back and it was freaking agonizing, I rested for about 3 months and it took me about another 6 months after that to get full strength back. I never got any shots, but if you want to get back sooner that might be a good option

Edit - by rested I mean climbed really easy stuff. I cant sit still for that long - until I broke my arm. That made me sit still for a while!

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