When I was growing up I had a nickname in school: crooked. Now-a-days I'm 24 and due to some research paint the picture. I have an injury to the intra-articular disc ligament. I have an painful clicking, grating, or popping feeling. The one between the clavicle and sternum. My clavicle when inside and above the sternum.
This is what got my the nickname. Today I was looking at myself on the mirror. My right side clavicle stands out in my skin. This causes my right shoulder to be lower than the left one. In the big picture, the right side of my body all irregular. Is tangible.
Is there a way to fix the problem? Healing the ligament or something.
Doctor said I should see my country's version of U.S chiropractic. Is that wise?
Posted By Vitor Hofstetter on April 04, 2012 at 03:42:42:
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