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It's been 11 weeks and 1 day since I crunched my shoulder in class. I went to the doctor today for yet another x-ray. Doc says I'm all healed up!!! So now that the fracture is all solid again I have to do a few more additional weeks in Physical Therapy. During these next few weeks I am supposed to simulate some motions I will encounter in the horse world and Aikido dojo. Assuming there's no pain, then I am allowed back into action FINALLY!!!