Persistent Muscle Pain Left Arm

By | June 4, 2017

Shoulder Pain All About Tendonitis Frozen Shoulder Bursitis and Rotator Cuff Tear

Shoulder pain affects everyone. Some people get tendonitis. Other folks get bursitis. Frozen shoulder is also quite common. Personally, my shoulder pain comes from shoulder impingement syndrome.

Sometimes I have right shoulder pain and other shoulder pain symptoms. Other days I suffer from left shoulder pain and then do shoulder pain exercises and go get shoulder paintreatment. I always have shoulder pain when to see a .

This is why I made a tutorial about shoulder pain.

Shoulder Blade Pain Relief

Hi welcome to another tutorial. My name is VincentWoon in this tutorial I'm going to answer a question form my “ASK A QUESTION� sectionof my blog from one of my readers. Due to privacy policy I've copy an pasteour email conversation to Pages. The question was asking for help with pain under shoulderblade. He said he found my tutorials in YouTube andwent on to my blog and this is his story. He said have sudden pain under his left shoulderblade at first he thought it was a torn trapezius.He googled and found this website and showed me the picture here which is thesubscapularis muscle and went on

pain when he lift his arm up over his shoulderand at the same time lean forward or sideways. Also painful whenhe is coughing. He discovered that if he pull his shouldersback real tight cough, there's no pain. He went on and he said he can't think of anythingspecific but he mention intense golf haven't played for 10 years started playing a lotfor 3 weeks now he is hitting 50 in a couple of months. And haven't sort any medicalchiropractic orphysiotherapy help yet I asked him if he can point out where thepainpains isé Whether it's in middle left

or upper right of the subscapularis musclebase on the pic on the link he sent me. He said it's feel's like it's underthe shoulder blade but suspect it's something else and sent me to this website.This siteexplain the symptoms of where he thinks the pain is. BUT Can't really id which point hefeel the pain how should he go about locating the pointé By pressing on ité How should itfeelé Ok! I'm going to show you three steps toshoulder blade relief Number one to locate where the pain is, Inorder to locate where the pain is, you have to figure out what is a good muscle and whatis a pain muscle.

How do you figure out what is a good muscleand a muscle in painé A good muscle should feel like, for instance there's no painon your just touch here, see how mushy it is how bouncy it is. It's niceand soft, the muscle feels like pain. He said he had a pain on the left shoulderso in order to compare to that he has to press to feel the right shoulder and see if there'sa difference. The right shoulder he should feel soft and mushy nice and no pain justlike how we felt on the hand and on the pain area you will feel tightness and when youpress on it you will feel the pain. The tightness

is what we call knots. Now that we know the difference between agood muscle, a pain muscle or tight muscle.When we work on it you can feel how the tight musclewill become the soft muscle and you can see the difference. Second step is to loosen the muscles in thearea. What you need to do is look for a wall hand on the wall. 90º for the middle of theshoulder blade, 45º is for the lower part of the shoulder blade, 135º is for the upperpart of the shoulder. 135º for the upper part, 90º for the middleof the shoulder blade, 45º is for the lower

part and let take a look of the side view,one step forward hand on the wall and stretch make sure you bend your knees. Let's take a look at he front view, stepforward and stretch make sure your knee is bend. Now that we have number one locate where thepain is, number two loosen it up and number three I'm going to show you how to workon it. We go straight to the point of the area where you feel the pain, put some pressureon it, Make sure you use the tip of your fingers, here finger pads press on it and then movebackwards, forwards, backwards, forwards.

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