Shoulder blade pain is usually caused by tight muscles and trigger points in the region of the shoulder girdle.
A self-massage of the affected muscles often relieves the pain within days and eventually leads to its elimination.
On this page, you will find out which muscles are likely responsible for this kind of pain and how you can massage those muscles yourself.
Pain in this area is a “widespread disease” and is often perceived as tensional or burning pain.
The causes are usually “poor posture”, the lack of exercise or even too much sports.
Follow the instructions below and inspect the muscles or areas of the body presented.
A massage is only necessary if the affected muscle or the affected area is tense, painful or tender.
Why? Healthy muscles do not respond to pressure that is not excessive with pain or hypersensitivity.
Your task now is to find out which muscles are tense or painful and then massage them.
In your case, it may be that you will feel pain in all, or just one of the muscles described below.
This varies from individual to individual.