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Brandon Cohen DC, CSCS
1. I’d want to see the image. Good lumbar discs? What about thoracic discs? Could this be a lower thoracic disc symptom? Does he have a thoracic and lumbar MRI? After a trauma like that you could get a lot of compression in different areas.
2. I don’t know what SE/D means, but congrats on making it better, also, I don’t know if 2″ is good, but you seem happy with it.
3. Does rotation dropped 20% bilaterally mean it went to 30%? Did he have increased/decreased symptoms with it?
4. Does the KHE and SLPF symptoms correlate with his CC?
5. Did you treat lat? Does he have limited shoulder abduction? It seems like you would have to have specific trauma to have adhesion in the lat at that area, especially if it doesn’t limit shoulder abduction.