So I'm sorry if this comes up over and over, but i feel like my injury is slightly different and I have a doc appointment in 2 weeks(so i'm impatient and i really want to know whats wrong if possible).
Anyway, So i'm not entirely sure if its rotator cuff. I basically got the injury first time about a month and a half ago doing a wakeboard manuever that required me supporting a lot of load in my left arm(extended and suppinated). I just remember feeling a sharp pain and didn't hear much, but then again i can't hear anything with all the wind.
I thought everything was cool but i waited about 2 weeks and it felt like i wasn't so bad on it, and i again tried another similar manuever, however this time it was wierd.
I felt my arm like "pull away" kind of like a very small spring or stretch, in which i kind of lose control of my arm, and within 2 seconds or so i feel it fall back into place. usually prior to that It feels a little sore, but not much pain at all. For instance, after about 30 minutes its dulled to just being sore if i raise my arm high and stretch it backward or put a load on it.
I was told that if it was a true dislocation i would hear an audible pop and it would hurt a great deal?
So my question is: does anyone have any pseudo diagnosis? I've read and it really seems like i have symptoms of a rotator cuff injury, but it mostly feels like its sore in the anterior delt/ proximal bicep tendon area) I should mention i am 20 years old.
any help is greatly appreciated.