Hey guys so I'm on day 11 of the structural education program, doing well. My upper back pain began 18 months ago after waking up in a bad sleeping position. Have seen many docs, a few cervical MRI's that aren't significant and shouldn't be causing the pain. Due to no real structural issue, the upper back pain I contribute to TMS. This is important to note because a few months after the initial upper back pain, my shoulder felt really off one day at work (I worked at a beer store and did a ton of heavy lifting). I could tell my shoulder felt weak and wasn't right... so now I had the neck/upper back spasms/pain and the shoulder weakness. For the past 15 months or so I have had trouble using my right shoulder. Can barely hold it upright or overhead without pain, therefore doing my hair, brushing my teeth, scrambling eggs, it all aggravates my shoulder and annoys me tremendously. So I finally got a shoulder MRI and I have frozen shoulder and tendonitis. Now I have already been going to a PT for 3 months for the shoulder and upper back(I know Sarno says stop PT and everything). I'm going to continue PT of course now because I have these shoulder issues and findings on the MRI. My question basically is what should I do now regarding the SEP program and TMS. My upper back still tenses up DAILY and really bugs me, causes anxiety/ difficulty breathing, your typical TMS symptoms. BUT my shoulder is structurally messed up. I'm going to continue the program for the upper back spasms/pain, and continue PT for my tendonitis and frozen shoulder. Any help here would be awesome guys. 26 y.o male from USA. Also I should note that my shoulder findings may have been from my physically demanding job OR a sort of referred pain due to the upper back issue. By this I mean maybe my shoulder was compensating for the upper back issues and worked too hard, I know that has been mentioned in the TMS/SEP program.