I was bored and just done with my workouts so I tought mm lets ask about this
When I was getting close to finishing my PT a while back, the therapist asked me if my left shoulder would have the same pain if he pushed on it. Lying on my back, arm in 90 degree angle, he would push on my shoulder, then put my fore arm back and then take the pressure of my shoulder. Well when he did that. It DID hurt the same as my right shoulder!
He said I had this syndrome in my shoulder( and yeh, the docters where wrong! i’ve had tons of PT for the wrong stuff, MRI scan, needles you name it )
Hypermobility (also called extreme-flex, Hypermobility Syndrome, Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome or hyperlaxity) describes joints that stretch farther than is normal. For example, some hypermobile people can bend their thumbs backwards to their wrists, bend their knee joints backwards, put their leg behind the head or other contortionist performances. It can affect a single joint or multiple joints throughout the body.
Now I simply have to keep doing my workouts, specially my shoulder. and a proper warm up. Cold weather would still not let me pitch without pain 'cuz im having trouble keeping warm and loose.
Anyways I was wondering if anyone heard of it or got it diagnosed aswell.
Just out curiousity:)!