Identifying the Upper Subscapular Nerve as a Target for Chronic Shoulder Pain

SUMMARY Introduction. Shoulder pain is one of the most common etiologies of chronic pain representing roughly 16% of all presenting patients (1). The branches of the subscapular nerve have been suggested as contributing to the sensory innervation of the shoulder and may have clinical value as a therapeutic target for nerve block, ablation, and stimulation. Methods. Six formalin embalmed … Continued