In the middle of my back, pain often radiates to my left rear rib cage. Often times, this pain persists while sitting/standing/lying down. It is a constant burning feeling. When I bend over or lie down, I can feel an abnormal gap in the middle of the t-spine. This gap is painful to the touch and is twice as large as the other gaps. The MRI scan revealed nothing. I think that I may have hyper-extended my back a few years ago. What could this be?

Posted By Joe on June 19, 2005 at 02:28:25:

Supports and limits the motion of the IP, MP and CMC joints as well as the wrist. Supports the injured or painful wrist and thumb.

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