Dr. Rowe shows how to SAFELY self adjust your chest bone (sternum) and front ribs.

This exercise is very effective for front rib pain, especially due to costochondritis (inflammation of the cartilage in the rib cage around the sternum or breastbone).

This self adjusting treatment will also help if it feels like you’re getting a lot of POP, crack, or click sounds due to a rib being popped out of place.

So if it feels like a rib needs to be popped back in, or you need a QUICK release, pop, or crack in the chest bone and sternum — don’t miss this video!

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Dr. Michael Rowe
St. Joseph MI chiropractor

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