Integrative Works is a resource to help people get relief from pain.

For individuals, it helps them understand what they’re doing to create or perpetuate the pain as well as effective strategies they can implement at home to get short-term and long-term relief. For practitioners, it has more useful perspectives on anatomy, insights into integrative treatment and examples of traditional protocols.


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Search for your Pattern of Pain and Limitations by where it is located in your body. When you find your pattern, most posts offer suggestions for self-care to get relief.


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Can’t Reach the Pain
Under the Shoulder Blade

This pain and tension under the shoulder blade may be the most common pain pattern that I see. It isn’t always the primary complaint as people have gotten used to the constant ache.

It is usually combined with this pattern in the upper neck, which creates upper neck tension to go with the shoulder blade pain.


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We are reformatting and expanding the posts
to include more patterns with better self-care.
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Tony Preston has a practice in Atlanta, Georgia where he sees clients. He has written and taught about anatomy, trigger points and cranial therapies since the mid-90s.

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