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5 Ways To Differentiate Thoracic Outlet Syndrome From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Here are 5 ways to differentiate thoracic outlet syndrome from carpal tunnel syndrome. If you can think of a few more ways, please add them in the comments section below. This is an excerpt from a chapter in Dr Stoxen’s #1 best seller The Human Spring Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. The book is available […]

Why does it take so long to diagnose Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

For example: Why did it take 2 months for the top sports physicians to diagnose Markelle Fultz thoracic outlet syndrome? For the 2018–19 season, 76ers head coach named Markelle Fultz the starting shooting guard over veteran JJ Redlick. Fifteen games later, Fultz lost the position to Jimmy Butler On October 5th 2017 he got a […]

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome can worsen to Blood Clots, Embolisms, and Death?

Blood Clots, Embolisms, and Death? Paget-Schroetter syndrome or effort thrombosis, is a complication of venous thoracic outlet syndrome that got out of control! This is a condition where the compression of the vein in your shoulder gets so bad that a blood clot forms that blocks the blood flow out of your arm. This can […]

#1 Secret to Preventing Neck Pain – Understanding the Righting Reflex

When you lean your body to the left the righting reflex contracts the scalene muscles on the right automatically to hold your 9-12 pound head in this position. If the weight is leaning to one side you use your 9-12 pound head to counterbalance the weight leaning to the opposite side. If you sit in […]

Dr Stoxen’s Video Review of Chapter 11, “When in Doubt, Cut It Out?”

Chapter 11, “When in Doubt, Cut It Out?” In this chapter I will provide additional information about why doctors want to perform surgery for relief of TOS. After enough attempts, of treatments that are designed to treat lever mechanisms, fail to decompress your spring mechanism, you elect to try thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. You tried […]