get yourself to a certified physical therapist specializing in sports rehb. there are plenty of the in the metroplex. they can check you out and fix you up.
after a big surgery like that, you need to be carefully monitored by an expert.
remember, dizzy dean blew out from a line drive to the foot and he continued to throw while it was sore. he changed his throwing motion and that did it. be careful dude.
take care of your money maker. we are working with a physical therapist who specializes in sports/spine development and rehab. he has changed some of the exercises and training we do.
he does not recommend overloading the body with heavy weights doing rotational motions. the body (particularly the back and spine) cannot handle this type of overload. it runs counter to mills and the exact duplication of execution planes during training (specificity training).
good luck and post how things are going. this is some of the most valuable information you can share.