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William Brady, DC
My diagnostic worksheet is attached below (I also pasted it but I’m not sure that will show up well). I could spend an hour on this case if it were a coaching call.
The short story is that the compression fracture may have progressed and is responsible for his symptoms. This is highly reverse compatible with the history and exam (see below).
I would need the timing of his symptom onset or flare up (I’d assume he hasn’t been in pain for 20 years).
Thoracic Rotation: adhesion was 1 (mild) but his ranges were only 50%
Look at the diagnostic sheet and post your thoughts. Thanks