If this video helped you, then check out our other free and premium resources on Shoulder Rehab:[Free, Delivered to Your Inbox] The Biggest Mistake People Make with Shoulder Blade Pain:https://bit.ly/38thaQ9If the Chin Tucks worked for you, then you're a candidate for the web-based rehab guide for those ready to take action: https://bit.ly/3yxsqWk (Use code YTCHINTUCK50 to save $50 during checkout)We take everything we do at our clinic and share it with you in an easy to follow guide with video instructions on all exercises. Recovery might be simpler than you think!714-502-4243 Costa Mesa, CA If you're local, come see us in Costa Mesa, CA. Shoulder blade pain can feel like aches/spasms of muscles under the shoulder blade and are often confused as being muscle knots or trigger points. Shoulder blade pain is treatable with exercise therapy, in combination with manual therapy. Often times resolving in weeks to months, depending upon severity.When we wrote this description, we decided to interview a few people just like you who’ve had shoulder blade pain. They were nice enough to share their stories so we can learn from them.Case #1The most enlightening of the interviews was Becky.She was able to successfully return to full activity (work, yoga, and sleep) after suffering from shoulder blade pain just like you.Becky has been a nurse for the past 10 years. She works 5 days a week in the hospital, moving patients, charting notes, and educating her patients about how to live a healthy life.She’s now fully capable of rolling patients over in bed, pushing wheelchairs, and going throughout her day without neck, shoulder blade or arm pain. Sleeps like the dead at night without the assistance of medication of any kind.But she didn’t always feel this good…10 years ago, Becky was in grad school when she started to develop light headaches. Most days were mild just a light throbbing ache around the base of her head. Other days her headache would wrap around her head, towards her eyes and travel downward towards her shoulders. She got through most of the day with the help of a frequent self-massage and bi-weekly chiropractic work.A few years later, her symptoms began to evolve.Even though she feels great today, she can still recall the details like it was yesterday.Most days she was in intense pain from the moment she opened her eyes in the morning. Sleeping was terrible due to the fact that it felt like someone was taking a hand drill and boring a hole into her right arm bone all night, directly through her bicep.Throughout the day, her pain began to increase and creep down into her midback and upper trap area. The pain was so intense at times that she said she would have been “willing to cut her arm off” if it would take the pain away.She had to stop doing yoga, was unable to sleep at night and considered quitting her job.Tucking her chin and looking upward at the sky was painful. Looking down to her chest was much better, but still not pain-free. While driving, she could not turn her head to check for cars as she changed lanes. She even bought those little blindspot mirrors so she could safely change lanes.Sounds intense right? Yet, she was able to overcome it.What did she do to feel better?She didn’t get better overnight. She spent months having her neck adjusted and getting massages with very temporary relief.Eventually, she found a chiropractor specializing in focal soft tissue work help her release a nerve in her neck and shoulder. After that, she began to progressively get better. She looked forward to being able to work without pain and more importantly sleep and do yoga without any issues.Want to be like Becky?You can, you just need the correct plan of attack. The human body is truly resilient. You are just as resilient.What is the correct plan of attack for shoulder blade pain?Recovery is simple if we first address the red herring that tends to distract people away from REAL recovery.REAL recovery returns you to ALL of the sports and hobbies that you love. Avoiding them because you feel “you’re getting too old” or afraid the pain will return is the wrong approach.Ask yourself what REAL recovery is for you.What activity would you return to if you had ZERO fear of your shoulder blade pain returning?What would life be like without shoulder blade pain?Set a goal and focus on it. Set your goals high.Do you want to rock climb?Carry your daughter around on your shoulder?Play baseball and even pitch?!This article will help you get there!But first let’s get back to that red herring…Companies that sell foam rollers, massagers, and trigger point products want you to believe your mid back/ shoulder blade pain is from a knotted up muscle, but they are wrong. You simply need to address the root cause, and that can be done through movement exercises such as this chin tuck.