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Old 01-06-2012, 07:40 AM   #11
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Re: Pain in chest area

Bringing this back up. I have taken off from pushing movements for a while. I have been doing some pulling movements. I can still tell that there is a problem. I can barely feel it. But, if I start doing pushing movements again, I am sure it will be back completely by the third day.

What type of specialist would be best to see for this?
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:09 AM   #12
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Re: Pain in chest area

Physical therapy or chiro... it can also be a rib that's a bit out of place,
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Physical therapy or chiro... it can also be a rib that's a bit out of place,
I don't think it's a rib. I have circled the general area of where it is at in the picture. If you lift your arm up to the side, the part of your chest that you can grab (by putting your fingers in your arm pit and thumb on the front) is where it is at. Thanks for all your help.
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I don't think it's a rib. I have circled the general area of where it is at in the picture. If you lift your arm up to the side, the part of your chest that you can grab (by putting your fingers in your arm pit and thumb on the front) is where it is at. Thanks for all your help.
WHoops, remembered wrong.

Physical therapist for this def
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