Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Not sure how accurate this may be, but emotions are definitely an influencer on our muscles, joints, and nerves.

Not sure how accurate this may be, but emotions are definitely an influencer on our muscles, joints, and nerves.

TRIGGER POINTS ARE TINY KNOTS THAT DEVELOP IN A MUSCLE WHEN IT IS INJURED OR OVERWORKED. COMMONLY A CAUSE OF MOST JOINT PAIN, THEY ARE KNOWN TO CAUSE HEADACHES, NECK AND JAW PAIN, LOW BACK PAIN, TENNIS ELBOW, AND CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME.

TRIGGER POINTS ARE TINY KNOTS THAT DEVELOP IN A MUSCLE WHEN IT IS INJURED OR OVERWORKED. COMMONLY A CAUSE OF MOST JOINT PAIN, THEY ARE KNOWN TO CAUSE HEADACHES, NECK AND JAW PAIN, LOW BACK PAIN, TENNIS ELBOW, AND CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME.

5 muscles primarily involved in movements of the shoulder girdle.  Trapezius  Levator Scapulae  Rhomboids  Serratus Anterior  Pectoralis Minor

5 muscles primarily involved in movements of the shoulder girdle. Trapezius Levator Scapulae Rhomboids Serratus Anterior Pectoralis Minor

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Vs. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: a pain in the hand (and arm)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Vs. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: a pain in the hand (and arm)

Sometimes wrist and hand pain come from thoracic outlet syndrome. We can test for it with a nerve tension test (shown in this graphic). If you want to learn how to evaluate the nerves, this DVD Nerve Mobilization teaches that. http://www.realbodywork.com/nerve/nerve.htm

Sometimes wrist and hand pain come from thoracic outlet syndrome. We can test for it with a nerve tension test (shown in this graphic). If you want to learn how to evaluate the nerves, this DVD Nerve Mobilization teaches that. http://www.realbodywork.com/nerve/nerve.htm

Spinal Nerves: 1 auricular 2 occipital 3 supraclavicular 4 cervical plexus 5 subclavian 6 suprascapular 7 brachial plexus 8 phrenic 9 subscapular 10 median 11 musculocutaneous 12 thoracodorsalis 13 axillary 14 long thoracic 15 medial cutaneous 16 great splanchnic 17 radial 18 ulnar 19 medial cutaneous  20 intercostal 21 small splanchnic 22 lumbar plexus 23 iliohypogastric 24 ilioinguinal 25 sacral plexus  26 femoral 27 upper gluteal 28 lower gluteal 29 posterior cutaneous 30 obturator 31…

Spinal Nerves: 1 auricular 2 occipital 3 supraclavicular 4 cervical plexus 5 subclavian 6 suprascapular 7 brachial plexus 8 phrenic 9 subscapular 10 median 11 musculocutaneous 12 thoracodorsalis 13 axillary 14 long thoracic 15 medial cutaneous 16 great splanchnic 17 radial 18 ulnar 19 medial cutaneous 20 intercostal 21 small splanchnic 22 lumbar plexus 23 iliohypogastric 24 ilioinguinal 25 sacral plexus 26 femoral 27 upper gluteal 28 lower gluteal 29 posterior cutaneous 30 obturator 31…

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