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Burning Sensation

Hi, I am wondering if anyone else had experienced burning sensation in upper back accompanied with pain though the arm and pain in the cheats, I have had this pain for 12 months now and doctors looked at it once and said it was a heart attack which i doubt highly, any advice would be grateful.



  • If it is your thoracic spine have a look at the deramatone chart on this site under Sandi's avatar or do a search. This will show you where the pain radiates if it is your spine.
  • I also had burning in back and chest and upper abdominal pain on left side and even went through EKGS, stress test, and heart cath before finding out it was thoracic spine germination. Mine calcified so went to specialist in thoracic surgeries where I had microdiscectomy in May 2012 which failed horribly. Still have severe pain in back and chest. Did they do any tests on chest to see if you actually had heart attack? My Gp did xray and could see problem. I think if my doctor was not interested in pursuing a cause of pain maybe it's time for another doctor. Please PM me if you have any questions. Now slot of info on thoracic spine problems.

    Good luck
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