Chronic Right Rhomboid Muscle Pain, Tightness & Trigger Points

Chronic Right Rhomboid Muscle Pain, Tightness & Trigger Points

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hi guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about chronic right rhomboid pain and tightness okay what is the rhomboid if you’re looking at the back we have the right scapula right here right shoulder left shoulder and we have this little muscle right between the scapula and the spine this is called the rhomboid okay there’s another muscle that connects to the top of this scapula and it goes right to the neck the lower neck and that’s called a little abate or scapula muscle because it elevates the scapula so these two muscles are involved in a lot of chronic pain and tightness I mean how many people that you know that have these knots right on that side and the good the chiropractor go to a physical therapist together the doctor they get a massage and it never gets any better so I’m here to tell you that the pain or trigger points in this area are not a problem with this area this is a referred problem which means it’s coming from some other place okay where the gallbladder the gallbladder liver refers pain through a nerve called the phrenic nerve that comes right up up underneath to this area right here and right to this one spot okay so just to do a simple test what you would want to do is you want to take your hands and press underneath the right ribcage about two inches down straight in so you press in there okay and you hold that you might want to feel around to just find where the gallbladder is and just gently put pressure there for about I don’t know 30 seconds okay and then reevaluate and see how your neck and back feel the pain should either decrease significantly or completely go away and if it doesn’t then we know there is a problem right there so I just want you to do this test right now and let me know down below if your pain goes away I would say 95% the time it will completely go away if not improve significantly okay personally I had a problem with this for about 12 years it haunted me I went to the best chiropractors I had the best massage therapist working on this and it would I would get the treatment it would last like for about an hour and they keep coming back little did I know it was the gallbladder okay all right what are we going to do about it okay so number one you need to change your diet okay there are certain foods that are aggravating the gallbladder and liver that’s going to give you the most relief it’s going to give you a significant relief I put a link down below of exactly what you should be eating if you have a sluggish gallbladder I’m not saying you have golf stones but I am saying if this relieves it there might be some congestion in the gallbladder could be a liver issue as well so click some of the links below check it out and give me your feedback hey guys definitely subscribe and I will keep you in the know now that doesn’t make sense I’ll keep you informed of future events how about that alright cool hey if you haven’t already subscribed press this little button down below okay thanks

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Dr. Berg talks about chronic right rhomboid pain, tightness and trigger points. This is a referred problem. Your gallbladder can refer a pain to the right shoulder and just medial to the right scapular area, right over the rhomboid muscle. The phrenic nerve is responsible and can refer pain to the this area. Many people have trigger points to this area.

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