Shoulder Blade Pain
The shoulder is the most unstable joint in the human body, and operates regularly except when the body is at rest. People often complain of shoulder pain after they carry out a physical job for a long time. In every physical job, the shoulder is used. Some people take the shoulder pain lightly and think that it will heal by itself. Shoulder pain should not be taken for granted but should be given proper attention at the earliest, as it may also cause shoulder dislocation in the future. The pain actually stems from the muscle that starts at the first four vertebrae of the neck and curves around the inside corner of the shoulder blades. The primary aim of the muscle is to help you raise your shoulder blades. Unfortunately, many people strain their shoulders more than they are meant to handle and that results in pain. Pain between the shoulder blades can sometimes be felt in the neck as well as at the blades. There can also be a burning pain that may lessen the strength of the shoulder.