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@ Bradley Betts- thanks a lot for the reply/advice. I have never been told that I have that specific syndrome. I have been told that the areas in back are weaker than front, I have scapula winging, and my upper trap is strong and overactive, while lower traps are very weak. These are all things that I just read are indications of UCS. I have been told all this by my phys therapist. Could you explain or give me a video on the wall angle test? also any specifics on what you did to fix it would be greatly appreciated. I am sure that I could have tendonosis as a by-product of UCS, instead of only having one or the other.