Thanks for the information Onceahardman & qtrollip.
First, the tests you both mentioned was exactly what he did. The link you linked me to Onceahardman was exactly what he did. I'm impressed I explained that so well :) Anyways, really appreciate both your input and insight.
Now I thought I mentioned the pulley test but I can see that I didn't touch on it like I should have and I apologize for that.
The test, now that I think of it, perhaps it was 2, that the specialist did to test my pulleys was first, he used firm pressure on the bottom of my fingers where the pulley locations were to see if I felt any pain. I told him I felt slight pain, located right where my finger meets the palm, but it was barely there, and from a scale 1 to 10, I told him it was like a 1.
He then had me hold my right hand in a crimp like position and had me pull against his fingers which didn't result in any pain from the pulleys, but I was able to pin-point the joint as the location of the pain. This is exactly what qtrollip suggested I do, only instead of me opening my hand, the specialist was the resistance.
Another test he did was he took my fingers and checked for side to side movement in the joint. I believe that was to test for the integrity of the collateral ligaments.
With that added information, any change of opinion? I really am sorry I forgot that information.