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10 Years the patient fell down on the curb and injured his low back. Took Tylenol and got better at that time. Since the incident, the low back pain would flare up once a month and been getting progressively worse. Has a trouble bending forward and lifting heavy objects and also sitting down.
For his left shoulder, he presents with significant reduction of range of motion (ROM) where he has trouble reaching above and behind with some localized pain at the glenohumeral joint. There’s indication of early stages of adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder.
For his right thumb, he injured it while working out. Felt pain at the base of the 1st metacarpal region while doing thumb flexion and adduction.
Thorough Structural Test and analysis revealed one major structural abnormality at the 4th Lumbar vertebra, secondary at the 6th Dorsal Vertebra, and other abnormalities included the scapula and 1st metacarpal. All structures were corrected and full range of motion restored.
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