I've had a pain on the ulnar side of my wrist whenever I supinate my forearm to the extreme, at first I thought it was a TFCC injury but it doesn't seem likely (thank God!). Anyway I saw a physio today who said my wrist was fine but I have some inflammation on my mid forearm on the ulnar side. He didn't really seem to know or felt it would be breaking some secret physio code to tell me what was inflamed.
So I remember about two months ago I was learning military press and stupidly dropped the bar from the bottom portion of the lift to my waist whilst holding on to the bar. I got a slight pain in my mid forearm on the ulnar side exactly where the physio said was inflamed.
The question is what happened to my arm? Could anyone tell me what tendons or muscles would be put under acute stress in that movement?