Re: Trap muscle development due to Collar Bone break

Dear D. Weaver ,


If you have under developing musculature on one side it may be due to a structural spinal problem or a neurological problem. Your early childhood injury may have damage your spinal column and it may have headed in an abnormal position. Begin with the most simple, invasive procedure.
First get checked by a chiropractor who specializes full spine structural rehabilitation one such technique is Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP)

Kind regards
Dr Anthony Gambale
www.curvesolutionsusa.com
Email curvesolutions@comcast.net
Tell 877-602-7248

Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on October 27, 2009 at 10:09:28:

In Reply to: Trap muscle development due to Collar Bone break posted by D. Weaver on October 22, 2009 at 23:49:33:

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