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Subject: Pain between shoulder blades
It really hurts. It feels like I have a stinger stuck in my back when I squeeze my shoulder blades together, or rub them.

2013-10-14 9:42 AM
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Subject: RE: Pain between shoulder blades
Try getting a massage..should help
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date : February 6, 2012
author : AMSSM
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How to regain enough range of motion to swim freestyle after a shoulder injury or surgery
date : February 3, 2009
author : FitWerx
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On my road bike after 45 minutes, I develop pain between my shoulder blades. It still persists unless I am on my tri bike.
date : October 15, 2008
author : AMSSM
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I've had shoulder problems since the very beginning of tri training. I did see an ortho who took x-rays and said I have a type II acromioin. I'd love to know some stretches to help my flexibility.
date : July 15, 2008
author : AMSSM
comments : 0
I get a very bad shoulder pain (left side only) when on the bike for over 45 minutes. The pain seems to be between my shoulder blades but only on the left side.
date : July 9, 2008
author : Tri Swim Coach
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Discussion on swimming slower, swim golf, the fist drill and shoulder pain.
date : April 11, 2007
author : AMSSM
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Most swimmers who develop shoulder pain do so because of relative rotator cuff and shoulder blade muscle strength deficiencies.
date : April 17, 2005
author : AMSSM
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Often I also see an imbalance in the front muscles of the shoulder, such as the pectoralis, and the back muscles, such as the rotator cuff and shoulder blade stabilizers. I would recommend:
date : April 9, 2005
author : AMSSM
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Differentiating between the different causes of rotator cuff-related pain is not important initially, because primary treatment for all of them is the same.