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Exactly what is & what can cause musculoskeletal pain in center of chest? My pain only occurs during certain movements and not all of the time.

Exactly what is & what can cause musculoskeletal pain in center of chest?  My pain only occurs during certain movements and not all of the time.

Costochondritis: Costochondritis is one possible cause of pain in the center of the chest with certain movements, and not all of the time. This is an inflammation at the joints between head of ribs and your sternum -- can be very painful. http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/costochondritis also there are more serious causes as well -- so best to see your physician for evaluation. ...Read more

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Dr. Darrin Cunningham
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Whats idiopathic musculoskeletal pain syndrome?

See below: Idiopathic is simply a fancy term to say that we do not know what the cause is. In this case, this would be a very general term that states that the person has musculoskeletal pain and we do not know the cause. The condition that comes closest to this is fibromyalgia which is widespread muscular pain whose cause is unknown. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of musculoskeletal pain in the abdominal area?

See details: The question does not make sense. Pain is pain. If you are inferring to abdominal pain, the character of the pain is dependent on the problem causing it. ...Read more

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For mild musculoskeletal pain --- osteopath or chiropractor?

It depends: If the pain is really mild, try to stay away from doctors. They may want to do an x-ray, etc.. However, if you are on medications like statins, such pain may be indicative of a more serious problem like rhabdomyolysis. Nerve pain may be indicative of diabetes. If it's back pain, try to strengthen your muscle core. For backs and necks, i say chiropractor. For pain elsewhere, i say osteopath. ...Read more

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Is poor posture is linked to chronic musculoskeletal pain?

Is poor posture is linked to chronic musculoskeletal pain?

It can contribute: Poor posture can contribute to both low back and neck pain. This can in turn lead to severe musculoskeletal pain. ...Read more

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How can you stop sublexations which are causing musculoskeletal pain?

How can you stop sublexations which are causing  musculoskeletal pain?

Chiropractic: This is essentially what chiropractors treat. Unfortunately, if you are moving, you can subluxate your vertebrae. ...Read more

Dr. Craig Morton
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Musculoskeletal Pain (Definition)

Musculoskeletal pain is a symptom that can be due to overuse, injury to the muscle, ...Read more