So my shoulder is still less than perfect but I believe some progress has been made. Actually, it is hard to say, since I injured my AC joint on the same shoulder back in mid January after taking a fall skiing. Perhaps, I'm back to square one. In any event I have been back to the gym a couple times.
It is certainly difficult to take it easy at the gym; there are so many problems to try. So far I have avoided anything overhanging by more than 10 degrees unless it is dead easy. On a positive note my fingers still feel strong.
On the medical side I have been to the Medical Sports Clinic in Ottawa where I was told I have rotator cuff tendinitis. I sort of knew this already but I needed to jump through the hoops to get a physio referral so my insurance will cover the sessions. My first appointment is this Monday and I hope a step toward getting healthy for the coming climbing season.