Son hurt his shoulder April 22 pitching at a Perfect Game tournament ( throwing 81-83mph). Took him to Campbells Clinic here in Memphis. He was diagnosed with LLS as well as a winging scapula.. Shut him down from any kind of throwing, and started physical therapy..Did PT for 6 wks and had no shoulder pain at the conclusion, scapula was back to normal and ROM was back to normal. He was scheduled for another 2 weeks of PT with a throwing specialist. After completion, he given home exercises as well as a progressive 30 day throwing program. Which was completed at the end of July 1st of August. Had HS baseball tryouts on August 13. The pitching portion of the tryout was up 1st for him ( he wasnt sure how it would go since he had not pitched since April) He threw the first pitch 68 mph, the 2nd 75 mph, the 3rd pitch 80mph, after the 3rd pitch, he said his shoulder hurt again..Went back to CC and Dr. said shoulder was inflammed again so shut back down. Shoulder still aching after a week now. HS coach called last night and said he couldnt put him on the team until he could see him throw again, but had to be before Jan 1 due to having to change classes for baseball.
Trying to see where to go from here, was told at initial diagnosis that around 3-4 months is how long he would be down. Now after 4 months, only threw 3 pitches and reaggravated it. Dr. said it shouldnt take another 4 months to heal and go through the same thing..Any advice would be appreciated