I am no doctor, and I obviously would recommend that you see one for a professional opinion, but I just wanted to share that I was having the same burning, tingling sensation between my shoulder blades. It started out mild, and progressed eventually to the point that I could barely stand it. I went to see a back specialist, and it turns out I was having muscle spasms. A few visits with a physical therapist for massage and heat therapy and at home exercises, and it is COMPLETELY gone! Thank goodness! Good luck to you

Posted By Karen on November 08, 2007 at 22:36:05:

In Reply to: upper back pain(burning)between shoulder blades posted by theresa hughes on January 27, 2004 at 20:38:08:

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