How do I alleviate very sore muscles in my upper back.

Lift with implants two days ago. July 11-16. While I understand that soreness is part of the process. Is there anything I can do to alleviate some of the soreness or stiffness? The problem areas are in my upper back across shoulder blades and my tailbone. I'm using heating pad it helps to keep me comfortable but doesn't help for very long. Any suggestions are helpful.

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How do I alleviate very sore muscles in my upper back.

YES! Call your chosen operative surgeon for Rx of a muscle relaxer! Over the internet we can not prescribe treatments.

How do I alleviate very sore muscles in my upper back.

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