I did a lot of stunting that involved holding heavy objects in front. After a few games, I tried to mask the pain but but it was too much. Sean actually had suffered from an extensive labral tear involving the entire circumference of the labrum, So he underwent a repair of the entire labrum: the top, the front and the back. And also had a cartilage injury to the glenoid itself, so he required additional so he required additional treatment for that. The procedure was simple. I went in, I got all of the pre-stuff — pre-work done. Next thing you know I wake up and I’m hearing all te instructions of how to take care of my post-op stuff. It’s a common injury in the shoulder to tear your labrum. It’s not common to tear your labrum completely around the circumference of it, so it was a more extensive injury than most suffer from. Recovery has been difficult, but overall I can definitely tell there’s no more pain. It’s now, more or less, an achiness because I’m trying to get my range of motion back, but there is no way in the world I could keep on cheering if it wasn’t for him. And I recommend Dr. Dreese. He’s the man.nd Dr. Dreese. He’s the man.