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Topic Title: grinding and noise? without pain?
Created On: 09/06/2013 08:37 PM
 
 09/15/2013 08:27 AM

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Michael14668

most likely you have capsular laxity, possibly a small bankart lesion. You probablly also have rotator cuff impingement with scar tissue and tendon thickening.

Stay away from dips, military presses, behind the neck lat pulldowns, and when benching, keep your reps up and never go below 90 degrees with your elbow.

Go get an exam by a shoulder or sports medicine doctor.

Good luck.
 09/06/2013 08:37 PM

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shgasparijr

I cant seem to pinpoint this. My shoulder is making a grinding and popping/snapping noise. Only when my arm is in a military press position. And i rotate it down and up. No real pain. Maybe a very slight and mild pain during the snap.... no clue whats going on. It came on gradually. And had gotten worse. Now seems to bave peaked. Shen i exeraize. The shoulder gets sore for about a day. Than goes away. Though its hard to differentiate this pain from soreneas... also.. i can shift the humeral head when i grasp it.. there seems to be play in the socket. My worst fear is a supscapularis tear. But.. my internal rotation seems ok. I get a very mild pop or grinding when i perform internal rotation against resistance. Also. I seem to be able to perform all speciak tesf decently. Lift off... belly press.. bear hug tests. Any suggestjons?
     
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