How To Fix Shoulder Blade Pain

by Vincent Woon

in How To,Shoulder,Stress Relief

Shoulder Blade Pain

About two weeks ago I received two emails from my “Ask A Question” section on my blog one asking about ankle pain (which I’m still working with her with more questions) and another with shoulder blade pain from golfing.

I have referred to the shoulder pain reader: Pain In The Shoulder and on Posture for the time being because at that time, I was having a problem with my Mac and had to be sent in to Apple to be fix. Here’s the video.

In This Video You Will Find:

- The cause

- How to identify a good muscle and a pain muscle

- How to prepare the muscle

- Technics and tip on how to work on the muscle yourself

ENJOY! :-)

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1 Marya Hussain November 3, 2013 at 9:44 am

Hi . I have similar pain but when I try to straighten up n move my head syraight ..I have shooting pain…between shoulder blade…. I feel pain on right side leading up to back of neck..I woke up with the pain…done nothing strenuous. .Plz can you advise treatment or exercise… much appreciated. …

2 Himanshu Mani December 8, 2013 at 9:32 pm

Hi, Thank you so much for sharing this video.I have been dealing with Bicep Tendinitis for more than 2 years. I saw Chiropractors, Physiotherapist, Doctors but never got 100% relief from any of them. The pain started on the right side of my shoulder blade, then it move forward to my shoulder. After ultrasound, physiotherapy now pain is on my shoulder rather than shoulder blade.It hurts everytime, I lay down. I am scared of going to sleep now bcoz i know it’s going to hurt me. I have tried every single position of sleeping but can never sleep properly. I twist and turn all the time when i am sleeping.I would appreciate, if you could share some of your thoughts on my case.thanks for listening to my problem.

3 Vincent Woon December 13, 2013 at 12:46 pm

How did you hurt it? What sleep position do you normally wake up with?

4 Curtis Whicker January 2, 2014 at 10:37 am

Hey guys. Awesome vid. My older brother used to be overweight. He went from 285 lbs of pure fat into 219 lbs of purely natural lean muscle. Everyone was in shock. I just registered personally coz I wanna beef up. He used the Muscle Building Bible (Google it)…

5 nikolai yemenevs January 5, 2014 at 3:45 pm

Hi, please go for x-rays prior (before) visiting a physiotherapist / biokineticist / rheumatologist / orthopaedic surgeon. I you had a shoulder related injury many years ago, you can’t still refer to those old x-rays, you need to take new x-rays.I recently went to a biokineticist for stiff and sore scapula (shoulder blade) and shoulder (had re-occurrences for the last 10 years). After the 3rd visit I decided to go for x-rays, the results of x-rays was that I have Supraspinatus Tendonitis (in my case the calcification was shown on x-rays because I had several re-occurrences of inflammation of the Supraspinatus Tendon). If I did not go for x-rays after 3rd visit the biokineticist’s would be treating the muscles and not Supraspinatus Tendon (where the problem lies). So save yourself time and money and always go for x-rays first. Also, if you went for x-rays and nothing defective was found, and your symptoms point to tendon related problems, it’s best to go for CT scans or MRI (MRI is more expensive).

6 ricardo calado March 30, 2014 at 5:45 pm


7 Frank Thones April 5, 2014 at 3:37 am

You are able to cure your back-pain entirely by replace your exercise slightly – I’ve try and now nearly relief all the pain. I’m sure you should try it

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