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Burning Left Clavicle
What causes pain in alternating shoulder blades? Pain has been in my left shoulder blade with burning and now moved to the right.
I have had a tingerling burning sensation in my back around my shoulder blade on the left side for 3 years on and of now I am a smoker?
Cervical Referral?: For DX purposes the scapula is a BIG area. Very common is burning pain at inner edge scapula & in the upper thoracic spine. The basic problem is a neck facet arthritis C4-5? that refers pain to that area and is worse with stress & poor posture. Aleve+ sedation+ exercise and sometimes a chiropractor will help. If not this, please be more specific in location and relation to activity & posture ...Read more
Doin stretches earlier when suddenly a burning feeling started behind my shoulder felt like sunburn now happens everytime bend my head to left?
Muscle spasm: Most likely just a muscle spam which will resolve in a week or two. ...Read more
First even though you are young we want to make sure that you don't a heart or lung problem that requires urgent attention. If this is a more chronic issue many things can refer pain to these areas with one common area being cervical pain, meaning a pinched nerve in the neck. More about shoulder pain here:
http://theshouldercenter. Com/shoulder-pain. Htm. ...Read more
Could be a # of cau-:
1: skin irritation by something coming in contact with it;
2: some insect bite (s);
3: a local nerve being irritated, or from the spine itself;
4: A Metabolic cause, which can also same symptoms.
See your PCP to be examined and probably investigated.
Good Luck. ...Read more
Varies: There are a lot of possibilities, I would encourage you to be seen for an accurate diagnosis. Among the more common causes are: spine related, such as a pinched nerve; peri scapular, such as a sub scapular bursitis; or even nonmusculoskeletal. A detailed exam and appropriate studies would likely reveal the problem and based upon that appropriate alternatives discussed. ...Read more
Shoulder pain: New onset shoulder pain without injury can often be treated successfully with rest, over the counter anti- inflammatories (ibuprofen or naproxen), and physical therapy. Recommend visit with primary care provider, shoulder x-rays to rule out arthritis, and a trial of the above treatment. ...Read more
Shoulder pain could be from bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis and just bruise from mechanical fall.
If there is no repetitive use of the shoulder like throwing ball=no rotator cuff tendonitis. If there is no obvious injury/deformity of the joint., you can try anti inflammatory medicine like ibuprofen, naproxane for 7 days, apply ice and avoid repetitive movement. If no improvement get examined ...Read more
Burning, itching patch on left shoulder blade. Growing in size. I do not itch it but it continues to grow?
See derm: See dermatologist to have this treated.Get a more detailed answer ›
The back of my thigh on left side of body started burning out of no where today. Yesterday it was my left shoulder what could b wrong?
Muscle spasm: 28y female with acute pattern of unilateral shoulder pain & sciatica, absent injury, has acute soft tissue strain/spasm; due to sports, different sleeping posture, excessive physical activity, etc. Heat, topical icy-hot lotion, massage & rest should resolve. If fails to show resolution day or two, or if new symptoms crop up, see doctor. If symptoms last for several weeks see an Osteopath. ...Read more
Experiencing a burning sensation in my left shoulder with some tingling. My BP spiked 164/94 last evening but is normal now. What could this be?
Lately in the evening every night I get this tingling burning feeling under my left shoulder blade, usually I am doing something what can cause ths?
The something: Your synopsis states that you have a sensation after you are doing something. Clearly "something" seems to be triggering your discomfort. Stop doing "it" and see if the "something" resolves itself. You may have a trigger point and a physical therapist might be helpful to you. ...Read more
I have been experiencing pain and burning in my left shoulder blade area up into my neck on and off for 2 years, but constantly for the last 6 months.?
See below: This is not uncommon. The pain under the shoulder blade is likely what we call referred pain meaning the pain is being generated in the neck but travels to the shoulder blade. However, you should get seen by your doctor to have it checked out and perhaps treated. ...Read more
Could be pinched nrv: You may have a slightly inflamed, irritated, or pinched nerve twig innervating that particular muscle. You may also just have a shoulder blade muscle which for some reason has been overused, exerted, or otherwise fatigued. You may choose to rest, ice, and watch for a few days. If necessary a visit to your doctor or www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi and I can help you find a solution to the problem. ...Read more