Re: abdominal pain

Sounds like you have had plenty of tests to rule out anything severe. Could be you just have a rib that has moved out of position. Many times this is something that often goes overlooked by medical doctors due to their lack of training in the area of biomechanics. Their main objective is to rule out any pathological causes, which we as chiropractors also do, but we go a step further and take a look at postural distortions that can also mimic pathological conditions. I think a consultation with a chiropractor is a good idea.

Posted By doc4bax on July 17, 2007 at 12:45:17:

In Reply to: abdominal pain posted by MichelleW on July 09, 2007 at 00:02:55:

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