chin to armpit (levator scapula) This stretch is similar to the ear to shoulder stretch, the difference is the way you tilt your head. Tilt your head like your trying to sniff your armpit. Use the arm on that side to help gently add pressure to increase the intensity of the stretch. This stretches the muscles that run right into the base of your skull. Hold 30 seconds, repeat 2-3 times per day.
Homeopathic Chelidonium is a great liver and gall bladder remedy. It helps with expelling and preventing gall stones. It is especially useful when there is a constant pain under inferior angle of right scapula.
While core strength is essential, if you’re just beginning an exercise program, you want to be sure to first establish sufficient stability and mobility throughout your body. Here are two series of core exercises—the first will help you to develop stabilization throughout the core and spinal column muscles, while the second will progress you to training the core by mobilizing the limbs and incorporating movement.
I've been having this problem for quite a while now. Basically it started with pain in my shoulder, and i thought it was rotator cuff problems, but then i started to notice the pain in my hand, and bicep as well. Im pretty sure it is Thoracic outlet syndrome, and is a result of a trigger point on my trapezius, right on top of the medial part of my scapula. The pain/numbness comes and goes, but i have found that when its "flaring up" if i push on that trigger point and massag...