Tag: thoracic outlet syndrome

Pectoralis Minor – Functional Anatomy

Pectoralis Minor Pectoralis minor is a fan-shaped muscle in the front of the shoulder that secures the lateral angle of the scapula to the rib cage. Superficially, it is covered by the pectoralis major. Studies for breastContinue reading

Trigger Points – Pain Along the Collar Bone and Down the Arm

Client’s Description People seldom have any part of this pattern as their primary complaint, but when they do, it is usually biceps pain. When this is a problem, the entire pattern can usually be elicitedContinue reading

Trigger Points – Pain in the Front of Shoulder When Lifting Arm

Client’s Description People complain of pain in the front of the shoulder when lifting the elbow above the shoulder or back at shoulder level. This pain is less distinct and focused unless the person has aContinue reading

Trigger Points – Stiff, Swollen Hands in the Morning

Client’s Description People complain about awakening with stiff and swollen hands. Some of them have problems with tingling and sleeping hands in the night. They often get up and move their arms around until the tinglingContinue reading