Re: Pinched Nerve Problem

Which shoulder? Below the shoulder blade right? some organic problems can cause pain referral under the shoulder blades. Sounds muscular/neuro from what you describe and sometimes these things can take a little time to respond. I'm thinking disc. Things need to be reevaluated if no improvement in 12 visits. I would order an MRI if thats the case. Could just be the chiropractor and their approach, may want to try a different chiropractor. Not saying the one you have is bad, maybe you can find a chiropractor that does a different technique and see if that helps.

Posted By doc4bax on August 27, 2007 at 11:53:46:

In Reply to: Pinched Nerve Problem posted by steph on August 27, 2007 at 09:38:36:

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