So I'm off to the hospital tommorow morning to get my shoulder checked but thought I'd ask on here anyway. We were practicing a new version of the omoplata in class (a completely win version btw) and while I was on the receiving end my other shoulder clicked when it hit the mat. Afterwards my shoulder felt a bit wierd and my hand was vaguely numb, tried to do a light roll but straightened my arm in a standing guard pass and had a shot of pain so had to stop. Iced it down but still struggling, its painful when I make either violent movements or hold it at certain angles: I couldn't take my shirt off without pain for instance, seems to mostly be when my arm goes above shoulder level. Now dude at the club said he had a similar injury before and I think he said it was a ligament but he did also mention tendons and the rotator cuff as possibilities. Luckily I'm skinny as hell so can locate the spot pretty easily and using words its the front of the bit that sticks up when my arms by my side, or when lifted its in the hollow. http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgu...age=1&ndsp=34&ved=1t:429,r:5,s:0&tx=134&ty=58 Looking at that pic I'm going to say....coracoacromial ligament but I have no idea really. So any help here?