Hello All, I had an snowboarding injury around 10 years ago where i landed on my shoulder from around 4 feet. Was unable to lift my shoulder for around 4 months before i was able to slowly get use out of it again. I never got it checked out by a Doctor or PT. Didn't bother me much and only had slight pain when lifting things. Then 5 years later i went through a very stressful period at work and started to feel shoulder and chest pains due to a lack of sleep. I thought i was having a heart attack due to the pins and needles in my left arm (Arm that i had injured). Everything checked out at the doctors, but the pain remained for a few years. I started to do the Ketogenic diet a few years after that all of my pain had gone away along with my stress, and bad sleep. I was able to lift fine without too much of an issue. I still felt pain when lifting (Although not alot), but my left arm was still almost as strong as my right. Then this past Dec i went through another stressful period and my ears started to ring one night. I developed neck pains and my shoulder pains seemed to come back. I went to a Doctor and everything looked ok and he recommended i start seeing a PT. The PT stated after a few tests that i seemed to have all of the classic signs of TOS (Thoracic Outlet Syndrome). My shoulder pain isn't as bad as what some others are experiencing, but it does inhibit from lifting any heavy weights without feeling uncomfortable. After seeing a post on reddit stating that i should look into Dr. Sarno, i did notice that feeling of soreness and pain has gone down somewhat after watching a few videos. Little confused as to what next steps i should take. This is mostly due to Dr Sarno observation that TOS does not seem to be an issue that is caused by a physical issue beyond having an extra Rib in the area or having a deformity due to an accident. Does my issue seem like it has all the hallmarks of a TMS issue?