Wherever your arms go, your shoulder blades go. Given that our arms only work well in front of our bodies, the resulting rounded shoulders and forward-straining neck causes muscles between the shoulder blades to stretch and strain.
That’s the long story. The short story is aching and stabbing pain around and under our shoulder blades that often shoots into the neck or down the arm.
Help is at hand.
Self-treatment of painful muscles is easily achieved with a tennis ball against the wall. or a focused massage therapy treatment can release pain-causing trigger points and get you back to full functioning.