Chronic Right Rhomboid Muscle Pain and Tightness
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Chronic right rhomboid pain and tightness can be alleviated by a good massage but if the pain and tightness remains, the cause might be somewhere else. The rhomboid is the little muscle between the scapula and the spine. The pain is usually felt beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. This could be due to excessive use of the muscles like when you’ve lifted something really heavy or if you’ve bended over incorrectly or intensely. The pain may just be a symptom of an underlying problem with the gallbladder. In order to address this, first, there should be a change in your diet. Certain foods aggravate the gallbladder and liver, and avoiding them would be the best relief for the pain. You might need to reduce your cruciferous intake, sodium and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. What you should be taking in would be beets, apples, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C and lots of water.
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