Author(s): Gang Luo, Weipeng Rong, Lixia Li
Background: Chest pain is a common clinical condition and the reasons for it are complex. Case Report: One categorization system describes nine types, one of which includes bone diseases such as pathological changes in the cervical vertebrae or thoracic vertebrae. Herein we describe the case of a 45-year-old woman with chest pain that was successfully cured after three joints staggered joints therapy.
Chest Pain, Joints Staggered Joints, Manual Therapy
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