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1. I believe he has had imaging of both thoracic and lumbar spine, but I will check.
2. SE/D= Shoulder Elevation/Depression. Worked on his R lat a bit and there wasn’t much there, but I did get it to improve from 1.5″ to 2″.
3. Rotation dropped to ~42% bilaterally after the “clunk”. He had ‘weird’ symptoms after treatment, so I want to say it didn’t reproduce his problem.
4. KHE and SLPF symptoms do not correlate with his CC
5. I treated lat, but his R shoulder was no worse off than his left, I was just thinking “what tissue runs through that area” and thought I would see how functional it was with SE/D.