I've made a ton of progress over the last 2 years with TMS healing. Had the fibro diagnosis, awful back pain, achilles, etc. Have resumed and then some the activities I used to enjoy. Cut to recently. I had resumed playing guitar after a long break, and started to feel slight left shoulder pain, but didn't really think about it. Next, I was getting bored with my workout routine, so I had a trainer at the gym show me how to work the shoulder press machine. I did that for a few weeks, would feel a little pain at first in my left shoulder, but kept going without worry and it didn't get any worse. Then a few weeks ago I was switching positions in bed and had a nasty bout of left shoulder pain, almost like when your back "went out" before discovering it was TMS. My pain has been bad in the shoulder since (about 2 weeks) and despite all my evidence to the contrary, my head wants to think this pain is an exception that I tore a tendon or something. I am fighting it with TMS, trying to take control of my unconscious, but because this is a new spot of pain, some of those bad "old tapes" are playing that it is physical. Part of me wants to see a doctor in case I did tear a tendon, but I know how that will go. MRIs, physical therapy, the whole nine yards. Any thoughts or similar experiences from people where you think you have TMS beat only to have something new happen to second-guess yourself?