Only 1 in 10 people (supposedly) have the type of bone that goes over the shoulder to hold it in place (acromium?) that I have. And boy does that suck. This is what's wrong with my shoulder, after I got an MRI Arthrogram (saw the doc today with the results.) I have a little pointy thing that is poking in on the rotator cuff's tendon that runs between the humeral head and the acromiotron. This is causing the bursa there to be inflamed, which in turn causes that tendon to snag on that point much more easily. Consequently I have lost strength in overhead movements, and in addition to my shoulder (AC) separation, have pain in almost everything I do with my arm. He gave me a shot of cortizone in my shoulder in hopes it would slap the mess out of that inflammation and kill the vicious cycle. I don't know how long that's supposed to take, though. I'll take ibuprofen as well. Hopefully, with another 3 weeks' rest I'll be ready to start practicing again. I am also to do rotator cuff bandwork twice daily because it's easy.) I'm thinking of making the bandwork harder and giving myself a rest every other day with it. Let me know what you all think about all of this. You're my support group/peanut gallery. Nobody else understands why I need to keep lifting, to keep playing, to keep fighting, to keep "doing this to myself."