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    Angry Is it normal to feel my shoulder is weak after an episode of bursitis?

    Ok, so for the last 2 months I've been fighting against a bursitis in my right shoulder.
    Did an MRI, it was confirmed that it was a light bursitis and a light tendonitis and then he prescribed 10 acupuncture sessions (which I'm currently at the 6th)
    Now, the pain has gone away, but I feel a little discomfort in the affected shoulder. The discomfort I'm talking about is that I feel that my shoulder is weak. I have no pain, no matter which movement I do (without weights, of course), I can lift my arm over my head, to the sides, to the front, back, etc.
    Since I'm having no pain (and I've been out of remedies for 2 weeks), I guess that the inflammation has gone away, but this discomfort is annoying me hard and I'm kinda worried to go back the gym. What do you guys think?
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    Yes, injuries will make you feel weaker - it's a protective mechanism. This has happened to me almost instantly in the gym. If I tweak my lower back when squatting, even if I move to leg extensions to take my back out of the equation, I still underperform by a long way.

    The mind controls how strong a signal is sent to the muscles, it basically takes its foot off the gas pedal if you are experiencing pain during a movement to try to keep it safe.
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