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04/21/2017 at 1:12 pm #76891
Okay – I have a diagnosis. Brachial plexus is trapped at the scalenes; the confusing part is my first rib does not seem elevated to the chiropractor and osteopath. I am going in for needling today. I know that I can do posterior shoulder, back and core work to help prevent the issue from happening again but first I need those nerves to get unstuck and muscles firing again.
With the first rib not elevated is it possible for the scalenes to “lock long”? It would seem that this could be even a bigger issue than short and tight and an elevated first rib because I don’t know what kind of mobility I can do to get the scalenes to go back to normal resting length.