Are you experiencing pain between your shoulder blades? Does your mid-back ache at the end of a day at the computer?
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When your mid-back begins to ache or the muscles between your shoulder blades spasm, you want immediate relief. However even when we are in pain our hectic lifestyles can make it difficult to find time for treatment.
Have you ever experienced mid-back pain? Do you get a gnawing sense of discomfort between your shoulder blades? Or a knife-like stab under your shoulder blade?
One day it starts. Your back hurts even though you did nothing to injure it. The pain is intense. You feel sharp pain shooting down your leg. You bend forward and your muscles spasm. It’s almost impossible to straighten up.
One morning you wake up, get out of bed and find it difficult to straighten up. Your back is stiff. It’s hard to bend forward to put on your shoes.
For the holiday season I decided to update my article on avoiding turkey-back and add a video on how to lift.
Most of us seldom give a second thought to our mattress, until that first morning when we wake up in pain.
Often I am asked whether being overweight is one of the causes of low back pain.
Neck and back pain often result from too much sitting and computer use. Although we usually think of sitting as a “rest” activity this seemingly innocuous every day activity puts significant loads on our spine.
Swimming is a common sport and a pleasurable recreational past time. Whether you swim for enjoyment or for competition the proper stroke mechanics of the shoulder are important for prevention of shoulder pain and dysfunction.