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What can you do to get rid of shoulder pain naturally?  Well, there are many causes of shoulder pain but most of them involve muscles.  And muscle imbalance can be treated with massage or stretching and strengthening. Here’s a quote from Lori.  This is just part of the email she sent about her shoulder pain […]

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Mike had constant pain and muscle tightness under his right shoulder for decades.  He also had lots of neck pain and stiffness and headaches. But Mike in Miami is feeling better now and he wrote this very nice email message to me.  I want to share it with you because there is a very important […]

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There are muscles in your back between the shoulder blade and spine called rhomboids.  There is one on each side.  The rhomboid muscles are often blamed for pain and knots in their area. Actually, that area can be the “symptom” and not the cause at all! People (including professional massage therapists) often massage the rhomboid […]

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Muscles get “stuck” in the positions that we use the most. Doesn’t matter whether the position makes you feel good or not-so-good. Muscles become “comfortable” in the positions they’re used to. Doesn’t matter to them whether YOU are happy or not! Rolling your shoulders is one way to get your shoulder muscles back into balance. […]

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Shoulder pain is most often caused by the muscles around the shoulder. There are simple ways to take care of the muscles which will help relieve shoulder pain.

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Why We Hurt explains the causes of our pain. It also tells us what we can do to get rid of our backaches, headaches, shoulder pain, arthritis and fibromyalgia, naturally.

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There are many possible causes for your shoulder pain. Do you carry a heavy purse or bag? I have done many, many therapeutic massages on people who carry a heavy bag around. Sometimes it is work or school related, sometimes it’s just a huge, heavy “purse.” (More like a suitcase, actually.) I have had happy […]

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