I once saw a physio that told me that my shoulder issues stem from the fact I am hyperflexic. Google results yield nothing so I assume he made it up or I misremember the name correctly. Anyway.
For as long as I can remember my shoulder joints have been lose, moving my arms in certain ways will result in the shoulder joint dislocating, most of the time it doesn't hurt and simply slides back into place when I move my arm another way again.
Apparently because this has been going on for so long, the muscles/tendons that are meant to hold the joint in place prefenting violent dislocation have become weak and I'm looking at two options, because occasionally I suffer from massive aches in my shoulder joints (such as I have right now in my left shoulder) that I actually use an animal muscle relief gel on rather than human as it works better (think of it was deep heat x 20), or even worse sometimes the joint just pops out completely requiring me to either see a physio and have it strapped back in place, or to put it back in place myself (this hurts).
My options are surgery, and there are a few types but I'm going to avoid going down that road if possible, and the second option is regular physio to attempt to strengthen the loose muscles the natural way.
I'm not really posting here for advice, but more wondering if anyone else suffers something similar? It's a bugger