Alright you guys, I just noticed this in the mirror when I was trying to see if there was any swelling in and around my shoulder.
My right shoulder is the one that hurts (my webcam mirrors images so humor me) and it DROOPS. Like my shoulders are not even. I feel like I’m standing/sitting straight up and my left shoulder is significantly higher than my right one.
The only way I can make them look level is by shrugging one or both shoulders.
I should also say that my right side is my dominant side and therefore, shouldn’t be smaller than my left.
Is this NORMAL? Does this and all the pain in my shoulder have ANY correlation? ANYBODY?

Alright you guys, I just noticed this in the mirror when I was trying to see if there was any swelling in and around my shoulder.

My right shoulder is the one that hurts (my webcam mirrors images so humor me) and it DROOPS. Like my shoulders are not even. I feel like I’m standing/sitting straight up and my left shoulder is significantly higher than my right one.

The only way I can make them look level is by shrugging one or both shoulders.

I should also say that my right side is my dominant side and therefore, shouldn’t be smaller than my left.

Is this NORMAL? Does this and all the pain in my shoulder have ANY correlation? ANYBODY?

2 years ago with 16 notes
#gymnastics #gymnast #orthopedics #injuries #anatomy #help



  1. vague-eyes answered: my back was out. I went and visted my chiro and it became better though I didn’t have any pain in my shoulders or swelling.
  2. gymnasticsislife answered: Having one shoulder higher than the other is normal but if it hurts and you didn’t notice it before you might want to get it checked.
  3. infinite--laughter answered: i woul dsay go see your trainer, if there is a problem better to heal it now than not be able to train/compete later on when season starts
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