Green Bay Packers Tom Crabtree Shoulder Injury

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Who hasn’t heard about the infamous NFL temporary refs call on last Monday’s Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks game? By now it has blown up just about every headline in sports news, and will probably be one of the highlights for the entire season. In that same game, a number of Packer players had to sit on the sidelines due to previously incurred injuries.

A not so happy Tom Crabtree viewed from afar the night’s horrendous encounter as he rested and recovered from a shoulder strain. Crabtree originally suffered his injury when playing against Cincinnati in August. At that time his doctor informed him that his shoulder would not worsen, but that Crabtree must take some recreational time to recuperate. On Wednesday Crabtree practiced in full in preparation for Sunday’s game.
The most mobile joint in your entire body is that of your shoulder, thus enabling it to perform a number of duties including: lifting boxes, pushing a lawn mower, and other vigorous physical activities. Shoulder ailments, like any other injury, can range in form from sever to moderate.  A shoulder injury can occur in various forms, one the most common being a sprain.  It’s important with any abnormal pain to seek medical attention right away to rule out and prevent a more serious condition
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