Re: Right costal cartilage

Dear Babar
My name is Dr Gambale and i am a chiropractor for more then 22 years and my advice to you is that when all the experts are done evaluating you it might be wise to visit a chiropractor to look for loss of the spinal curve wich is the cause of this mecanichal stress.Loss if the normal spinal alignment could cause chronic inflammation and pain.You can contact me at toll free 877-602-7248or you can visit me online at www.curvesolutionsusa.com
I am positiv that if you will contact me i will be able to healp you.
Kind regards Dr.Gambale
Curvesolutions Team

Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on July 24, 2009 at 13:34:22:

In Reply to: Right costal cartilage posted by Babar on July 12, 2009 at 09:32:35:

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