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Shoulder - Scapula - Align your scapula without pain in the upper back by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:04am Q: My upper back is very tight and starting to feel painful. I am careful to draw my shoulder blades onto my back but not to pinch them. Then I broaden, expanding just below the shoulder blades. Thoughts? A: My thoughts on the blades is that you may be overusing the rhomboids and trapezius to draw the blades closer together. To ope ... Read on »
Upper Back Pain when I Turn my Neck! by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 12:00am The nerves of the lower neck are what mainly control the muscles of the upper back. What muscles are we referring to- your trapezius , rhomboids, shoulder muscles, and neck or upper back paraspinal muscles. The paraspinals run along the spine up and down the length of it. Your rhomboids are basically from your spine to your s ... Read on »
Rotator Cuff Pain ... by Dr. Debbie Wright Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Rotator Cuff Pain INVISIBLE_TEXT It’s just as important to strengthen and rehabilitate the rotator cuff as it is to heal it in the first place. Treatment is needed to restore proper function, decrease inflammation and generally heal the shoulder joint. After this, it is crucial to ensure that the muscles that make up the rotator cuff ... Read on »
Rotator Cuff Pain ... by Dr. Debbie Wright Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 12:20am 1 Comment Rotator Cuff Pain It’s just as important to strengthen and rehabilitate the rotator cuff as it is to heal it in the first place. Treatment is needed to restore proper function, decrease inflammation and generally heal the shoulder joint. After this, it is crucial to ensure that the muscles that make up the rotator cuff are strengthened a ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 1:14am 4 Comments The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while b ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:13am The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while biki ... Read on »
Stretching Exercises for Back Pain by Dr. Graeme T. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 4:34am Rest is not the solution for a back pain. Too much rest will only aggravate it. Do rest, but in moderation. Your muscles and vertebrae need to be gently put to work. Various exercising motions have to be gone through either actively or passively. The main objective here is to put your whole body to systematic work-outs. Strengthening the muscle ... Read on »
Is your neck pain coming from the office or from the gym? by Marta M. Posted Wed 27 Jul 2011 9:09pm Does your neck hurt after a long day sitting in front of a computer? Chances are women would say yes and men would say not really.  When the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, handed a questionnaire to assess neck pain in students and workers who use computers a lot, women had more episodes of neck problems than men. Researchers of the study ... Read on »
Middle Back Pain by DocSpallone Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 3:25am The origins of middle back pain can stem from several places.  Middle back pain during pregnancy has a different etiology than middle back pain while running.  To fully understand what might be causing pain in your middle back, it’s important ... Read on »
Causes of back pain by Mooresville Chiropractor Posted Wed 30 Mar 2011 12:07am Most of us don't realize how much they move their own neck through the day until they are not able to accomplish this. The amount of flexibility of the neck, coupled with the reality that it has the least amount of muscular stabilization and it has to support and reposition ones 14 - 16 pound head, ensures that the neck is incredibly prone to inj ... Read on »