Rhomboid Pain (Shoulder Blade Discomfort)

If the pain or tightness in your upper right back just keeps coming back, this is what you need to do.


0:00 Introduction: Rhomboid pain
0:40 What causes rhomboid pain?
4:55 Natural alternatives for rhomboid pain
5:12 The top foods to avoid
6:22 The best meals to support the liver, gallbladder, and bile ducts
7:25 The best natural remedies
8:17 What to do if it’s not referred pain
9:05 Learn more about referred pain!

Let’s talk about what causes right-sided rhomboid pain and what to do about it. Many times if you stretch or massage the muscle, the pain comes right back. So, we’re going to talk about how to really get rid of rhomboid pain.

Your rhomboid is a muscle between your mid-back and scapula. You have rhomboid muscles on both your right and left side.

Typically, the actual cause of rhomboid pain is a problem in the diaphragm area, sending signals up to your neck, irritating certain nerves, and referring pain to the rhomboid.

Three organs under the diaphragm are involved in this referred pain: the gallbladder, the bile ducts, and the liver. Any number of problems with these organs can refer pain to the rhomboid.

If your rhomboid on the left side is causing you pain, it may be referred pain from the pancreas. The same natural solutions apply to whether or not you have pain on your right or left side.

Avoiding and consuming certain foods may help improve this issue to the point where you no longer have rhomboid pain.

The top foods that irritate the liver, gallbladder, and bile ducts:
• Grains
• Sugars
• Omega-6 oils
• Nut butters
• Alcohol
• Junk foods
• Processed foods

Consuming heavy meals or frequent meals can also irritate these areas.

Instead, try consuming meals that consist of high-quality protein, fats, and vegetables. I also suggest doing intermittent fasting.

Natural remedies to support the liver, gallbladder, and bile ducts:
2. Bile salts

If the pain is not referred, try using mobility sticks to help you stretch your body and relieve the pain.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand referred pain and what you can do for rhomboid pain. I’ll see you in the next video.

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