I have a pain in the right side of my mid-upper back. It does not feel like a back injury, but more like a sharp pain at the lower end of the shoulder blade. Any help?
Several things can cause pain in the middle back area and it will take a visit to the doctor's office to find out what's going on. Pain here is often caused by a strained muscle but could also be due to arthritis or osteoporeosis or a herniated disc or something else. You could have strained something simply by sleeping wrong.
Anti-inflammatories might help with a muscle strain. Any pain that is severe or becomes chronic, though, should be checked out by a physician. Only they can tell you what's going on. Good luck!
Here are some links that might be useful as well:
Disc Herniation: What is It?
Exercising with Yoga To Stay Centered
How to Exercise with Arthritis