Burning Sensation in Shoulder Blade?

Answer

The burning sensation in the shoulder blade could be bursitis. A sac that acts as a cushion between joints, muscles, and tendons. When this sac becomes swollen or irritated it is called bursitis. The burning sensation in the shoulder pain may occur more often when you try to move or press on the joints. Overuse is the most common reason for bursitis, but in other people the cause is not known. The first thing you should do to help with the pain is to ice it for two to three days, fifteen minutes at a time. Also, try not to lay on the affected side.
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