Hello all. Longtime lurker. I am an otherwise healthy 27 year old male who has been experiencing waxing and waning hand/wrist/arm and foot pain for roughly 8 months, starting after I felt a twinge when opening a jar. Initially, I had stiffness and pain in the bottom part of my right middle finger, which then "spread" to the a good part of the hand being painful, and two weeks later, to my left hand. This seemed to "clear" when I started getting neck pain two months after, but returned when the neck pain cleared. It then faded over the course of a few months as I came down with severe bilateral plantar fasciitis, and is now rearing itself again as the foot pain dies down. Currently, I have pain walking distances and driving due to the lingering foot, as well as sometimes severe pain when typing in my fingers and forearms. Doctors have found nothing wrong in my xrays and extensive blood tests. I remember no moment of injury, but my activity level has been greatly reduced (I used to be an Army Officer who ran daily, lifted weights, etc). I believe I may be experiencing TMS, but still have trouble pushing myself into pain inducing activities just in case it COULD make it worse. Is this TMS? Do I just "push through"?