What happens in pectoralis minor syndrome is the chest area gets tight and causes a "pulling down and forward" on the upper back muscles. This in turn causes tightness and pain everywhere from the head all the way down to the thoracic spine, particularly through the shoulder blades.
Luckily, there is an easy way to remedy pectoralis minor syndrome and that is through proper stretches like this one.
I am not a physician but through my own personal experiences this stretch almost immediately alleviates the headaches and upper back pain I experience when I am particularly stressed or active. To get a deeper stretch, raise your hands higher on the door frame. The trick is to let gravity pull you forward until you feel a good stretch in your chest muscles.
If you have any aches or pains that you need help with, just contact me at tiffkaddy at hotmail.com or leave a comment and I can give you tips or my own personal advice on how to feel better. I'm not a doctor but my advice is totally free.
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