This week just keeps getting better and better. Let me tell you.
This morning I brought the boys to school and (stupidly) thought I would leave their ventolin inhalers with them in case they needed them. My boys have been
if the trigger point is in your rhomboid muscle it might be hard to reach because it is between the shoulder... on the muscle spasm.
Kirk, you mentioned numb fingers and limited range of motion. I would reccomend...
Muscle imbalances. These can be seen by doing a postural assesment and proper functional testing to confirm these findings. Spasms are a sign of those muscles being over-worked or over-stressed...