I have a serious concussion and I have strained my trapiuses muscle... I also have osgood schlatters in one leg and I can't run with out getting dizzy due to the concussion... I really need to work out ... I have been out for a month ... Please and thank you !
The only exercises you should be doing is what the physiotherapist
suggests for your pulled trap muscle, after your doctor was given the OK,
since you had a serious concussion.
The OS is another issue altogether. Is it recurring or chronic?
You may need to see a sports medicine specialist for that, after you have fully recovered from your concussion.
I sympathize with you and understand your situation very well, since I had suffered a few injuries myself, in my younger days as a soccer player (high school and college level). It was very frustrating, but that's unfortunately common in the world of sports.
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