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Old 07-11-2019, 06:51 PM   #11
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Old 07-17-2019, 06:42 AM   #12
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Hi! I live in Norway and have now finally been diagnosed with TOS by an excersise correctional specialist named Kjetil Larsen here in Norway ** I also have depressed shoulders and have been advised by him to raise my shoulders by about 1-2 cm, because veins/nerves are being crushed between collarbone and first rib. Iím having to learn new posture with shoulders and how to correctly use shoulder blades etc. I notice a big difference in ulnaris pain when I hold my shoulders up, itís a big relief. Kjetil recommends no stretching of neck muscles, because these muscles are often very weak on TOS patients.
I recommend checking out his website or looking him up on YouTube. He has also published an article about how to correctly identify and treat TOS.

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Old 07-17-2019, 10:13 PM   #13
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Hi! I live in Norway and have now finally been diagnosed with TOS by an excersise correctional specialist named Kjetil Larsen here in Norway ** I also have depressed shoulders and have been advised by him to raise my shoulders by about 1-2 cm, because veins/nerves are being crushed between collarbone and first rib. Iím having to learn new posture with shoulders and how to correctly use shoulder blades etc. I notice a big difference in ulnaris pain when I hold my shoulders up, itís a big relief. Kjetil recommends no stretching of neck muscles, because these muscles are often very weak on TOS patients.
I recommend checking out his website or looking him up on YouTube. He has also published an article about how to correctly identify and treat TOS.
Dude that is crazy?!! I posted his article and I have an online appointment with him! So nuts man you are lucky you get to see him in person. I am following his protocols as best I can and I've seen huge leaps in improvement in the past. Month or so! Please keep us updated with your progress!
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Old 07-18-2019, 02:00 PM   #14
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Dude that is crazy?!! I posted his article and I have an online appointment with him! So nuts man you are lucky you get to see him in person. I am following his protocols as best I can and I've seen huge leaps in improvement in the past. Month or so! Please keep us updated with your progress!
Yes, I wish I had found about him a long time ago. I wonder why physical therapists donít have the knowledge he does!! Itís kind of scary getting advice from them, then getting contradictory advice from him. He told me he has patients all over the world. It costs a lot of money, but if it helps me, itís worth it.
Iíve got another appointment on July 29. Good luck with your appointment!!
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