#1
I've been playing for about a year, and for the last month or so i have noticed that my pinky on my playing hand (left hand) is considerably weaker then right hand pinky. Also when i straighten my left pinky out completly its crooked. Also it stiffens and snags when trying to close it. I've been given advice to put it in a splint ,but it would go back to how it was most likely. It is becoming a problem and makes it hard to push on strings because of the flimsiness. I would rather not have surgery if there is any other way to fix this problem.
#2
I have the same problem, my pinkies have always been like that, the only thing I can use my left pinky for is powerchords in standard tuning

All my mates just say that I should start using it, LOL WUT (they think that the condition - which is something I've had for years - will disappear) :C

EDIT: Random thought on the subject; chiropractor? (or do they only fix your back? lol)
#3
chiropractors would fix your back but im sure you could ask your doctor about it and get into physical therapy for it or something. im sure that would help.
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#4
My friend...he has a growth problem (7ft 400+lbs)... has that issue so I'm assuming its a growth irregularity?

Don't listen to me.
#5
hmmm mines double jointed and it only makes about 2 motions neither of witch is to help me play guitar

as for your problem

check it out with the doc he knows best not a bunch of idiots on the internet =P