These symptoms are understandably concerning. A thorough medical history and physical exam is necessary to provide an accurate diagnosis. If you have been unable to receive any relief from your current medical care, I encourage you to schedule an appointment with a new primary care doctor.
The most common cause of upper back pain is musculoskeletal injury
. If you have any prior trauma to this area, it is possible there is a small fracture causing pain. Muscle spasms in this area can cause intermittent pain. The abnormal appearance of your back muscles may indicate nerve damage. It is also possible you are compensating for an injury elsewhere, thus causing pain in your back. You will need to see a primary care physician
to explore these possibilities.
I cannot tell from your question the details of your jaw pain
. It is possible you are experiencing inflammation in the temperomandibular joint, which connects your jaw to your skull. Tooth infections or other issues can cause jaw pain. Blockages in your heart's arteries can cause pain that radiates to the jaw or back. Additionally, a tear in your aorta can cause pain radiating to your back. I encourage you to schedule a primary care appointment and raise these concerns.