Hello, for over a month i've had mild pain that comes and goes in my right shoulder, or well, mostly a mild radiating pain that goes down the side of my upper arm when not training, which is a classic symptom for supraspinatus imingement.
I am 100% sure that normal lateral raises (frontal plane) is the cause of this since it's only in them that i can feel pain when training, i also hear a cracking sound when doing them.
So i started doing them in the scapular plane instead, here i don't feel any pain or hear any cracking.
But is there any other exercises i should stop doing just to play it safe?
Is bench pressing and incline pressing ok if i don't feel any pain? And what about overhead pressing? I don't feel anything when doing them in the scapular plane with dumbbells.
PS, i've always trained my rotatorcuffs (+ stretched) and warmed them up properly before workouts, my push/pull ratio is more than good (1:2.5), i perform shoulder dislocates with a stick + 100 light band pull aparts daily and i try to maintain as good posture as i can throughout the day.