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Rectus Abdominis Muscle: Mid To Low Back, Abdomen, Heartburn,Testicular Pain

The rectus abdominis is the muscle that gives the appearance of the six-pack abs. It can contribute to pain in the area around the sternum, across the upper back, across the buttocks, the lower abdomen, the pelvis. and testicles. It can also contribute to heartburn, indigestion, feeling bloated as well as mimicking urinary tract infection pain.

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Piriformis Muscle: Low Back, Hip, Buttock, Pelvic, Thigh Pain

The piriformis muscle contributes to pain in the low back, buttocks, hip, and thigh. The pain is often a deep ache and can be tingling with sharp “electric” sensations. Walking is painful and you will tend to have a shortened stride. Sitting is uncomfortable and you will tend to squirm and wiggle around trying to ease the discomfort.

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Semispinalis Capitis Muscle: Neck and Head Pain

The semispinalis capitis muscle pain is often felt as a band of pain around the top of the head. The muscle also contributes to pain in the back of the head and in the eye and temple areas. It can also contribute to tingling and numbness in the scalp.

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Rhomboid Major and Rhomboid Minor Muscles: Grinding Popping Shoulder

Pain around the inside of the shoulder blade indicates rhomboid muscle dysfunction. What are the pain and symptoms associated with the rhomboid major and minor muscles? Pain along the inside of the shoulder blade especially noticeable at rest. Popping and/or grinding noise when moving the shoulder blade Inability to straighten the upper body out of…

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Longissimus Thoracis Muscle: Low Back Pain

The longissimus thoracis muscle contributes to a deep aching pain in the lower back, hip and buttocks. Rising from a sitting to a standing position can cause an extreme feeling of stiffness and a deep ache pain.

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Semispinalis Cervicis Muscle: Head and Neck Pain

The semispinalis cervicis is a major contributor to headaches, especially those in which the pain concentrates at the base of the skull extending up the back of the head. It can also contribute to tingling and burning in the back of the head and scalp.

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