Re: Problems in upper back / scapula.. what to do?

There is a muscle under the scapula that holds the scapula against the thorax, or body. It's called the subscapularis. The tingling is indicitive of a pinched nerve. Sounds like you have either muscle or nerve damage. Can you go see a regular doc and maybe some sort of spesensoredt other than a chiro?

Posted By M Scott PT on December 28, 2008 at 23:27:17:

In Reply to: Problems in upper back / scapula.. what to do? posted by Kenan on December 08, 2008 at 18:43:44:

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