´╗┐Slap Lesion Physical Therapy Treatment Before and After Surgery What is a SLAP Lesion? SLAP is short for Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior, or from front to back. The labrum is the rim of cartilage found in the shoulder socket. An injury or tear to this part of the body is a SLAP lesion, which typically results from overuse, trauma and accidents such as falling onto your outstretched hand. What are the symptoms of a SLAP lesion? A person with a SLAP lesion or injury has shoulder pain, which becomes worse with throwing activities or when reaching overhead. The person may also experience someRead More →