Dislocated my shoulder in Oregon three weeks ago, and saw the orthopedist today. This has been an ongoing problem since 1967, but it's been about 10 years since the last one and he couldn't understand why it happened, given the circumstances, which was just a non serious slip and fall. He started questing me what I was doing, and I said I was getting ready to fly fish. BINGO. He's a fly fisherman too, and told me that casting with that arm is the worst possible motion for my gimped up shoulder, and, along with some PT, I have to learn how to cast with my left arm. Any tips on how to start, other than just doing it over and over, would be appreciated. Glad I'm avoiding surgery, but not looking forward to starting over as the few times I've tried being a lefty have been pretty pitiful. Thanks!