HOW TO IDENTIFY AND TREAT THORACIC DUCT SYNDROME - ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES

Thoracic Rage Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment



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Thoracic Rage Syndrome occurs when nerves or blood vessels between the clavicle and the first rib are compressed, causing shoulder pain or tingling in the arms and hands, for example. Usually, this syndrome is more common in women, especially those who have suffered a car accident or repetitive injury to the chest, but may also develop in pregnant women, reducing or disappearing after childbirth