Costochondritis: Fix its Hidden Cause With One Simple Exercise

Costochondritis: Fix its Hidden Cause With One Simple Exercise

Costochondritis can be quite stressful to diagnose. For many, a sudden onset of chest pain can lead to a trip to the emergency room to have your heart assessed (and hopefully cleared).

Ultimately, Costochondritis can be both intensely painful and mentally draining in many cases.

However once an accurate diagnosis is achieved, there’s still no guarantee of a smooth transition back to full health. Many recover quickly of course, but there are far too many others who have to endure days, weeks, months, and even years of persistent chest pain.

From what I find clinically, the medical industry might be missing the larger perspective of what truly causes Costochondritis. And by doing so, we are essentially handicapping our ability to help those overcome their chest pain, and do so quickly and efficiently.

In today’s video, I discuss what I’ve found to be the hidden cause of Costochondritis and the basic factors that seem to set it up to occur – with or without trauma.

Furthermore, I delve into one very simple, yet highly effective exercise to rectify this hidden cause and provide some much needed advice for those wanting to rid themselves of the condition for good.

Clinically, we can seriously speed up recovery times by focusing on a few simple things on top of the usual Costochondritis rehab protocols. So please make sure you at least give these things a try and let me know how you go!

Topics covered in this video:

  • The hidden cause of Costochondritis
  • The role of less than perfect posture in Costochondritis
  • A briliant and fast-acting exercise to rectify this hidden cause

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– Grant

Related: How to loosen tight chest muscles for good.

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