The Rhomboids are two muscles – Rhomboid Major & Rhomboid Minor. The two rhomboids lie deep in the trapezius to form parallel bands that pass inferolaterally from the vertebrae to the medial border of the scapula. Rhomboid Major is thin and flat and twice as wide as the thicker Rhomboid Minor which lies superior to it.  The rhomboids are important in upper limb movement and stability of both the shoulder girdle and scapula.

Trigger point release in the rhomboids.


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