Hi all. I read one of the recent articles (cannot for the life of me remember which it was) but the author (a trainer) mentioned something along the lines of training his clients for strength/stability in a certain fashion because they often exhibited injury/pain in one shoulder, and the hip on the opposite side.
I have had issues with my left shoulder for a long time. The pains come and go; have done rehab and strengthening at the biokineticist, as well as physio work and some deep massage. What many have said though as that they find the shoulder to be "laxe". In the past few years I have also gotten pains in my hip - always only the right side. That included the hip, upper glute, ITB, lower back - the entire right-hand side "hip complex" so to speak.
I wanted to ask if anyone has further info, or know where I can read up on, the linkage between pains in one shoulder and the hip on the opposite side. I have tried searching here and other sites, to no avail.