This past Thursday I took my relatives to climbing at the gym. While getting a belay from a friend at the gym on a route, I slipped on the right side but my right hand somehow hung on to the hold which resulted in a quick and hard twist on the right shoulder. I heard a loud snap from that shoulder and instantly knew what had happened. To my surprise, it didn't take much for my friend to reduce the shoulder, so I hoped that it wasn't very bad and will recovery quickly. Then on Saturday morning around 5am, still asleep and all the sudden felt my shoulder moving out of the joint. Apparently I had stretched the right arm above the shoulder then moved a bit which was enough to pop it out. Jade heard my grunt and jumped up and reduced it for me (this had happened 6 years ago right before the surgery that fixed the same shoulder).
So now I know how loose things are in that socket. Being a veteran of shoulder dislocations and surgeries, I kinda know what my orthopedic surgeon will say when he exams the shoulder on Aug 21. I'll most likely end up consuming many bottles of oxycodone and oxycontin by September after he operates on it.
In the mean time, climbing is out, kayaking is out. Stand up paddling may still be possible after the soreness goes away and before the potential surgery. I'm avoiding trail running since a fall will probably be devastating to the shoulder.
I'm really hoping for a frequently surgery discount from my orthopedic surgeon.