Something dont seem right with my shoulder so im wondering if anyone has any ideas. I firstly injured my shoulder and dont have any idea how i got what was first diagnosed as "pulled muscle" as i hadnt done anything with it, one day it just started hurting for no reason, i hadnt tried to lift anything, i hadnt done anything to it which could of hurt it. A bit later (after someone got a bit rough with me while the pulled muscle was healing), i was diagnosed with a tear in my shoulder tendon (showed up on ultrasound) and had impingement of my shoulder (showed on the ultrasound) and have been on anti inflammatories (and had a cortisone injection) and having weekly physio for past 3 mths (ive had about 15 physio sessions). I think the CFS is keeping it in an inflammation state and it gets worst each time i try to stop the meds. Physio has been helping greatly my forward arm raises but my side arm raising.. i dont know if it's really improving and something seems really wrong with it when i do that. Unlike the forward raising in which once it gets to a certain spot, (still limited movement range) i cant raise it any further upwards as it starts to pull (with some pain). the forward up raise feels like a normal injury which is SLOWLY improving over time.. With the side raises thou once it reaches a certain place.. it like freezes/paralyses. It isnt pain stopping it and i cant even get it to the point where i feel like a stretch is happening. If someone else thou moves it upwards sidewards.. it can be moved to the point where there is a stretch and pain going on (i cant raise it myself sidewards much higher than shoulder height). Why cant i move it myself beyond a certain point seeing it isnt pain stopping my ability to move it??? Why cant i get it even to the point where i feel there is a stretch going on???? Arm is strong till it gets to that point, then nothing at all. Anyone have any idea what this issue is? The fact that it feels like it's paralysed beyond a certain point is really concerning me. There is no strength there at all to move it beyond a certain point. I dont think the physio has understood this when ive been trying to tell him. im not capable of moving it further as the strength suddenly goes at that point. Something seems very wrong. (Physio said i couldnt move it beyond a certain point as gravity itself is putting a weight on it but the thing is doing the same movement while laying on my back instead of doing it when standing, so gravity should affect it differently, i get exactly the same result going on in the same place. I know it isnt the gravity putting my weight on my arm causing the issue. It's like the brain messages to move suddenly stop getting to the arm and dont get to it from that point onwards.