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Thoracic outlet syndrome after Scooter falls

I frequently see patients with Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) especially after motor vehicle accidents, bike injuries, or scooter fall injuries.

Thoracic outlet syndrome is felt as numbness, tingling, pain, or decreased circulation in the shoulders, arms, or hands. The thoracic outlet is a bottle-neck where an important bundle of nerves and blood vessels travels between the head and arm. The space is narrow and injury to the neck can cause inflammation of the muscles in the area which can compress the nerves and result in symptoms. Because the neck is complex, it can be tricky to pinpointing the exact source of your pain. Other conditions can mimic the symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome.

If you have symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome after an injury, I have very good results using shockwave therapy, laser therapy, gentle exercises and my hands-on approach to the soft tissues in and around the neck. Every patient gets a personalized treatment plan. Call 310-444-9393 for an appointment.

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