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It’s all in the shoulder blades man, it’s all in the blades by Chiman Healthy Living Professional of your shoulders,  think of the shoulder blades which are tied to the spine and are integrated into most upper body large and small movements. Learning to relax the shoulder blades allows the shoulders...
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Most likely the fall caused some misalignments of the spine along with some bruising and inflammation.  This has then led to nerve pressure, muscle spasm, and back pain.  Depending on how severe can determine what hurts; you
on. A good stretch for between the shoulder blades is to grab onto something like a pole, or reach...
Worst case scenario, it's a tear in a muscle or ligament.  But it actually sounds more like a strained muscle and either a subluxation of the shoulder, ribs, and/or a mid back vertebrae.  Your best bet is to see a chiropract
It sounds like you may have a rib out of place.  You may also have a muscle in that area that's irritated - maybe your rhomboids, lat, or intercostal muscles.  A gentle stretch where you reach up over your head to the side o
It sounds like your upper trapezius area. Have you tried ice, e-stim (electrotherapy with a tens) or even muscle massage over the area? Also, I would recommend that you stretch the trapezius muscle as well. Finally acupunctu
Hello Pibbrone I have two thoughts for you on this. The first is that this sort of thing, especially when worrisome, is best checked out through your healthcare provider of choice. My second though is in the form of a ques
I would suggest going to a headache specialist.  There is a train of thought that what American's refer to as tension headaches are actually a variation of migraines.  I've been told that in Europe (or at least the internatio

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