Low back pain, middle back pain, and neck pain can have sources residing from thoracic spine problems. Thoracic spine pain can be tricky to solveπŸ˜•! The rib cage attachments to the spine and many muscle attachments can create an environment of immobility and the muscular attachments into the thoracic spine create an opportunity for complex reasons for pinpoint pain within this region of the spine πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž. To keep your spine mobile in this region thoracic stretches and improving joint mechanics is a must!

In this video we look at 3 thoracic spine stretches known to assist our patients with flexibility. Of course make sure that you have been evaluated by a professional before performing these stretches or click here to have a free 30 minute discovery visit about your specific condition at one of our 3 offices.

So please click on the video below to learn the 3 stretches that can keep you mobile and pain-free.


These are some tips to keeping your spine mobile and healthy:

1.) To keep this area moving correctly do not consistently perform the same exercises

2) Make sure that you are eating healthy and hydrated.

3) Make sure that if you are having pain in this area to seek help. Pain just doesn’t go away on it’s own. This is a sign that the body is already having a problem not just the start of a problem.

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