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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Pain in the front of the arm

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Scalene muscles Supraspinatus muscle Infraspinatus muscle Deltoid muscle Sternal muscle Subclavian muscle

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Pain in the front side of the shoulder

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Infraspinatus muscle Deltoid muscle Scalene muscles Supraspinatus muscle Pectoralis major muscle Pectoralis

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Pain in the back of the arm

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Scalene muscles Deltoid muscle Subscapular muscle Infraspinatus muscle Triceps brachii muscle Teres

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Pain in the back of the shoulder

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Deltoid muscle Levator scapula muscle Scalene muscles Supraspinatus muscle Teres major muscle

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Upper back pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible: Scalene muscles Levator scapula muscle Supraspinatus muscle Trapezius muscle Multifidus muscles Splenius muscle of the neck Rhomboid muscle Triceps brachii muscle Biceps brachii muscle

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the brachialis muscle

Anatomical reminder The muscle is inserted, above, on the humeral diaphysis in its anterior part and, below, on the proximal part of the ulna (cubitus). Its only role is the flexion of the elbow. Síndrome

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial trapezius syndrome MEDECIN

Anatomical reminder The trapezius muscle consists of 3 parts: upper, middle and lower. The anatomical insertions of the two trapezius form a diamond extending from the occiput to the T12 vertebra. Laterally, it attaches to

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Post operative chronic pain