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Chiropractor Rib Out Of Place
Diagnosed by a chiropractor and physiotherapist that I have a rib out of place and both haven't worked. Was reffered to both by a doctor. What next?
See below: Chiropractors are more likely to diagnose a "rib out of place" than physicians. Nevertheless it may occur in a few patients. Physicians are more likely to diagnose the same condition as inflammation and treat with anti-inflammatory medications. I suggest you get a medical opinion and see an Orthopedic Surgeon, perhaps one specializing in Sports Medicine, to get another opinion. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I saw my chiropractor today who attempted placement of my second rib with success...Feel better! Need to keep it there. Any suggestions to "glue"?
I recently went to a chiropractor and had been told I had a popped rib in my collarbone. He reset it, but occasionally I get pain. Is it still popped?
Maybe "popped" again: If your collarbone was out of place then it is likely to go out of place again, even after it was manipulated to get it back into place. See if your chiropractor or physician or a physical therapist can give you exercises to help you adjust your collarbone yourself, and keep it in place. It is a little like you have to train it to stay IN position since it was out for a while. ...Read more
Unlikely: How did your rib get displaced? Trauma? Spontaneous? If a rib is truly out of position, there is no way a chiropractic spinal massage could reposition it. If the displacement is minor and asymptomatic, you probably need do nothing. If there are symptoms, start with your family doctor or a chest doctor and get a better diagnosis. ...Read more
Nerve, Muscle, Joint: That is specifically what chiropractors deal with on a daily basis. When it comes to nerves, muscles and joints they are considered the go to guys. When it comes to joint dysfunction, including ribs there are a variety of techniques that might be helpful, some manual and some utilizing instrument based adjusting. Best of luck. Get well soon. ...Read more
Chiropractor says ribs not in place? Is it safe for them to put them back in place? Help please? Don't want to puncture an organ..
Unlikely: It would be extraordinarily unlikely for chiropractic manipulation to puncture an organ. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Can a false rib be fixed or put back into place if it's out of place by surgery? Mine is and chiropractor care doesn't seem to fixin it all the way.
? false rib: I'm not sure what you are referring to... There are 'floating ribs', 'cervical ribs' (that can cause problems like thoracic outlet syndrome) and 'rib humps' from significant scoliosis. .. I would suggest seeing an orthopedic surgeon to get a diagnosis ; possibly one who specializes in spine. Best of Luck! ...Read more
My chiropractor manipulated my first rib again today. Is there a way to bandage my arm in a position so it will help keep it in place?
Bandage won't help: Bandagin your arms is not a good idea. Instead try to be aware of slumping your your shoulders forward and sit up straight. Roll your shoudlers back and down. Also doing exercises that stretch your pectoral muscles can reduce the forward slumping which is the biggest cause of 1st rib misalignment. ...Read more
My chiropractor told me I have a dislocated rib. He keeps adjusting it in place but it keeps popping back out. I'm icing it. What should I do next?
Should a chiropractor be able to fix a dislocated rib in one visit? I was given a very gentle adjustmt & some PT, and asked to return tomorrow. Legit?
Most of us not chiro: Most MD doctors are not chiropractors, & so it wd b improper for any of us to say. (Like commenting on ur neighbor's mother-in-law, it's not our place). If u get any lasting benefit from it, then I wd say it works for u, and u can keep using it. But again, I am not sure how many of us know what chiropractors do, nor if there is any scientific basis for it. But please let us know how it goes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes!: Once they mobilize the joints of your mid-back, the tension and pressure on intercostal nerves can be significantly reduced and your pain relieved in just a few sessions. Graston technique is painful/wonderful thing. ...Read more
Have a costochondral indentation in ribs after blunt trauma/twisting. Would seeing PT/chiropractor help to manipulate cartilage/ribs back into place?
Hard to say: Generally any drug, herb, treatment, or procedure that stands up to rigorous scientific scrutiny is included in modern medicine. The problem is that many alternative practices, Chiro etc do not stand up to scientific scrutiny and cannot be shown to work. They will take your money though and prob recommend repeat visits. Still, you will know quickly if it doesn't work. If no result -- stop going ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My rib has been out of place for over a week. The chiropractor has tried, but can't get it back in place. Can't breathe in very deep. What should I do?
I took a fall 2 and 1/2 weeks ago my back, ribs and neck are still hurting should I see a doctor or consider a chiropractor?
My sternum injury (1st rib dislocation) of aug 25/ 2011 was discovered by my chiropractor on mar 20/2013. Manipulated but rib don't say in place! : (?
What do you suggest if my rib cage on my left side of where my stomach, there's a couple of ribs out of place, can a chiropractor fix it?
I see a chiropractor who adjusts my back. We both heard rib pop. I am in bad pain if cough move etc. He don't act concerned nor did he xray. Is ths commn?
Rib pain: It is possible that he broke a rib. This is not uncommon but he should have evaluated it and treat you for it. Ignoring it does not mean it didn't happen. An X-ray would have been appropriate. Usually just painful for several weeks then it starts to improve. Limit lifting and other activities that make it hurt. Watch for any shortness of breath. ...Read more
A simple MRI of rib would be my answer! My chiropractor found the dislocation and gp confirmed with exam. No ortho touched the area and no mri! ?
Why a MRI?: Dislocation of rib is a clinical diagnosis found on exam that does not require an mri. Mri's are very expensive and the radiologists who read them don't look for dislocated ribs; I have never seen "dislocated rib" on a MRI report but that does not mean they may not be there. But an MRI is not a necessary or cost-efficient way to diagnose a dislocated rib! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would going to a chiropractor be helpful or harmful for post surgical muscle spasms? I had a first rib resection done 3 months ago.
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