i have been experiencing the same symptoms for over a year, ever since a car crash. i went through some pretty strained muscles in my neck, back and shoulder blades. after a year of the same pains, suddenly my chest starts cracking, mostly after squating, being hhunched over, basicly anytime i was without correct posture. since then my shoulders in the front,closer to my bicepts have become extremely strained, it is becomeing harder to lift my arms. i do drywall for a living, i am convinced that my job is too much for the condition of my muscle and tendents. every time i mention a cracking chest plate to a doctor, he looks at me like "hu... that sounds strange." and thats it, subject changed, try stretching.

Posted By trav on April 25, 2005 at 09:29:37:

In Reply to: Re: Chest cracking posted by LadyOscar on January 13, 2005 at 19:04:23:

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