(perky electronic music) – Okay, so you only feel
on the left side, right? – Yeah, as of pain-wise, it’s
usually on the left-hand side. – Okay, and you said you
feel it here to here? – Yeah, here, here, but this, usually here is more, it’s usually very intense, then mid-back, and also the shoulder blades
on the left-hand side, so where, like, you can feel the knots if you really pretend
like you’re massaging it. – And how often do you get massages? I know you do massages, how often do you have to kind of
have to work that out? – On a daily basis, I will use a baseball to just kind of roll on the–
– A baseball? (laughs) – Yeah, a soft baseball against the wall so that that kind of massage
on the shoulder blades. – Got it.
– So that kind of has relieved the tension a little bit.
– Okay. You said certain exercises help. Is that the, like, rowing exercises, or? – Yeah, yeah, the one that
you pull forward mid-back to stretch your back, I think those helps, and also maybe the neck exercise. That does help, or even shoulder. That helps relieve the discomfort, at least for a day or
two, before it comes back, at certain point.
– Okay. Do have kind of a question. Is, your pain is worse here, or is this the primary thing
which you’re working on? You have a lot of things going
on here, here, here, yeah, so I just wanted to make sure. – I think a lot of
times the worst is here. – But that’s sort of the headaches, too. – Yeah, that’s where I
think, caused the headache, but a lot of times I
think the shoulder blades may be the starting points, and it kind of inflames, then goes up, and it gets started
feeling, or vice versa. – This is why structure is so important because you’re right, when one
thing actually gets inflamed, or something gets kind of out of place, it can travel all the way up. If this gets worse, into here, right? It will make this curve worse, which will basically make
everything else worse. It’ll make your headaches
worse continually. And when I go, do you actually feel that on the back of your arm, or
do you just mainly feel it in your pinkie when you do feel it? – I think usually just the
pinkie here, just a little bit. – Let me know if there’s
any discomfort at all, okay? So just relax. (tendons crackle)
I’ll try to do this. Okay, is that bothering you at all? – No, just kind of feels kind
of tight when you stretch it. – Okay. Bend your neck the other way, good. Does that bother you at all? – No.
– Good, okay. So go ahead. Now, okay, good, and then go like that. Your serratus is not working as much, so did you, have you noticed
even with the exercises that the scapula wings out a
little bit more than this side? – [Client] Yeah. – [Chiropractor] And you feel
pain over here too, right? – [Client] Yeah, soreness, just hard. – [Chiropractor] Got it, okay. – [Client] Not much pain,
but it’s very tight and sore. – [Chiropractor] Okay, and
right now as you sit there, it bothers you over here.
– Yeah. – [Chiropractor] Does it bother
you kind of going like this? No? – [Client] Well, it’s
kind of like stretching, you can feel it, it’s tight. – [Chiropractor] Okay, how
about kind of going here? – No this, just right here,
up front, this front thing. – You feel it there?
– Yeah. Yeah.
– That’s bothering you. – Yeah, it feels like it got stuck. – It got stuck into you?
– Yeah, no. – So more like this is
where it starts, okay. Okay, so just aggravating that joint, we see a reading right into there, so. That, right? Up there. You have a couple things
going on here, okay. And six, painful, all right. Tender in here, right?
– Yeah. – Over here, we see it’s
really swollen over here, okay? And then over here, the muscle
bulk is tight over here. It’s a result of how the joint sprains. So it’s kind of tender on both sides, but mostly you feel on
the left side, right? – Yeah.
– Okay. Let me adjust your skull, okay? So what we’re gonna do is shift it over and down, okay, so just relax over here. I’m gonna sort of, good, good. Not too bad, right?
– No, not too bad. – Okay, how’s that for the compression that’s happening over here? – It’s a little better,
but I can still feel it. – Okay. So tender here, right?
– Yeah. – Okay, just relax a bit. (paper crinkling)
(client grunts) Good! Just a little bit more, more of a PR-dash-TR, good! Come on up.
(client groans) There, how does it feel? You can tell me, good, bad, I just wanna know any differences. – Feels good, feels relaxed.
– Good. – A little bit better. – Okay, this is clearing out, but not as much as I want it to, so I might actually adjust that. Okay, this is much better. Put your head back here, there we go. – Yeah, I feel good.
– Good. – Better.
– Yeah, that’s better. That’s a lot better, that’s what I wanted. How’s the compression
down into your shoulder? – It’s good.
– Better? – Yeah. – Okay, let’s tickle you even more. This is like kind of the max. – It’s better, but I can
still feel it a little bit. – Okay. That knot is significantly
reduced. (laughs) That’s just a little, little piece here. And the swelling is definitely
reduced into here still. – Feels more relaxed,
obvious, before I came in. – Good, man. – Hopefully, hopefully down the road, it’s gonna get cleared out. – Oh, for sure, we’re
just getting started. (uplifting music)

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