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Upper back pain after Trampoline fall

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edited 06/11/2012 - 8:43 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
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  • Hi there,

    It sounds like you took a nasty spill. I'm glad you are generally ok. Did you visit a doctor after the incident? You probably have a lot of muscle strain and maybe some bruising.

    Your thoracic area is typically pretty strong as it has to protect vital organs which are protected by the spine and the ribs.

    This doesn't mean you can't injure it. You are smart to get it checked out to make sure you didn't break anything...if you have chest pain, you want to see a doctor. when you see the doctor, I would ask for XRay or MRI to ensure no damage but unsure how healthcare works in your country.

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  • Ouch, sounds like more than nerve.
    Nerve pain can be felt in numbness, tingling, pain down arms, legs, etc. Sounds if you hare having trouble taking deep breaths, you may also have some musclar issues too.

    Let me know it goes.
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