Re: burning sensation on shoulder blade

I have been dealing with this same problem since Oct 2008. Mine didn't start until I pulled a muscle in my right chest area at work, 2 weeks later I noticed a burning sensation across my right shoulder blade while sitting at my computer. I now have pain when I over use my right arm its the same burning sensation I feel when sitting. My doctor says she doesn't understand why I am having the pain while sitting. I need answers!

Posted By Mary Luker Ivey on August 13, 2009 at 23:40:30:

In Reply to: burning sensation on shoulder blade posted by joyce milikien on July 06, 2007 at 23:38:17:

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