When doing a single arm curl using a 60 degree inclined bench (sort of 1 armed preacher), while on the downward movement, I heard a tear and saw my bicep move up my arm - the tear was at the elbow region. I was examined and the Dr. thought that it was not a tendon as I still had some good bicep strength. What was the tear and what is my best way forward for rehab? I cannot fully straighten the arm at the moment (5 days since injury), but can rotate forearm and contract the bicep, although gently.
Posted By Giles on December 31, 2007 at 09:48:34:
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