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University of Tennessee Women’s Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine Jenny Moshak released an update on Lady Vol junior All-American Candace Parker today.

“Following further evaluation and consultation with Dr. Greg
Mathien and Dr. Matt Rappe, Candace was found to have a non-traumatic shoulder dislocation,” said Moshak.

“She has very good range of motion and very good strength. She has been cleared to play and will wear a shoulder brace. Rehabilitation
will continue.”

Story Courtesy: Lady Vols Sports Information


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  • by MARTIN SCOTT Location: Brooklyn Ny on Apr 5, 2008 at 03:52 PM
    GOOD LUCK LADIES WITH LSU,YOU CAN DO IT, I REALLY APPRECIATE AND RESPECT WOMENS BASKETBALL AND I ALWAYS WILL...LOVE & RESPECT.PEACE....
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    GOOD LUCK LADY VOLS ON PLAYING LSU, SUNDAY GOING TO BE A GREAT GAME, OUT COME VICTORY FOR TN LADY VOLS.

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