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The Iliocostalis Thoracis muscle…mimicking dysfunction in the Rhomboids and/or posterior costal articulations

April 14, 2011

In this clip I discuss fibrosis of the Iliocostalis Thoracis which is often mis-diagnosed as Rhomboid and/or posterior costal joint pain or dysfunction.  This is another good example of how specific palpation examination can lead to more accurate diagnosis and hence help develop more accurate treatment approaches.

The footage was taken at a Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems ‘Spine’ seminar held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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