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Thoracic outlet syndrome

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2014/12/31 12:48:59 (permalink)
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Thoracic outlet syndrome

Turns out all my whinging about neck and shoulder pain could be down to me having the above. I have done my own research and got a few things to try, but I was wondering if anyone else on hear has had this and if so any tips on shifting it as quickly as possible
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    phil3030
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    Re: Thoracic outlet syndrome 2014/12/31 13:10:10 (permalink)
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    Can be pretty nasty.

    Get professional treatment, if you aren't already. Other than that, general advice around optimising posture, cervico/scapular strengthening, tissue release and stretching, and nerve gliding (not stretching).

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    mrdoc79
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    Re: Thoracic outlet syndrome 2014/12/31 13:26:12 (permalink)
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    Yep it isn't fun had it for a couple of years I reckon.Been seeing osteopath/acupuncturist. This has helped massively also got a few stretches. Just wondering if anyone had anything they had tried which really helped!
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