Well Alex I don't know if your still having the same problem now but I am in the same boat. I find it hard to sleep at night because the pain gets to an exteme. Its definitely pinched nerves. My wife gets into the shoulder blade and it seems to ease off. When I take a deep cough I get a severe pain. I have a chiropractor and message therapist working on me next week hopefully it will help. Posture is not the issue , what is is that we sort of protect ourselves if we have an injury and not even be aware of it. Just leaning on one elbow at the computer or lying down on one side alot can cause a cramp of muscles in the shoulder blade to pinch nerves. In my case I have an injured neck and I sort of protect it alot and being a smoker makes it worse. ***@****
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