[Thoracic spine displacement] Is there a chance to cause heartache? Not necessarily heart disease! Out of breath! Can you solve it?
Thoracic spine displacement is a serious form of spinal injury caused by trauma, such as car accidents, bruises… in which vertebral fractures are accompanied by facet joints and/or intervertebral disc dislocations. They are extremely unstable and carry a high risk of spinal cord injury.
Also in real life, it cannot be ruled out that it is related to excessive daily work load, such as long-term burden on shoulders, such as loading and unloading workers; long desk work, such as sewing workers, teachers, typists, etc…
The displacement of the thoracic spine will compress the internal organs of the human body, and it is generally distributed as follows:
The first section of the thoracic spine: problems can cause esophagitis, esophageal swelling, bronchitis, asthma, dyspnea, chest muscle disease, cold hands, finger joint pain.
The second thoracic spine: problems can cause narrow heart disease, arrhythmia, myocardial infarction, myocarditis, endocarditis, myocardial hypertrophy, arteriosclerosis, hypofunction of the heart, hypotension, high blood pressure.
The third section of the thoracic spine: problems can cause tuberculosis, pneumonia, emphysema, pulmonary edema, pulmonary artery stenosis, shock, pleurisy, and bronchitis.
The fourth section of the thoracic spine: problems can cause jaundice, excessive bile, gallstones, arteriosclerosis, bible weakness, hysteria, anxiety.
Section 5 thoracic spine: If there is a problem, it will cause fever, blood circulation related diseases, rheumatism, toxic diseases, dysentery, vomiting, jaundice, chronic liver fire, liver cirrhosis, and low liver function.
Section 67 thoracic vertebrae: Problems can cause gastritis, gastric ulcer, indigestion, gastroptosis, hyperacidity, pyloric stenosis, duodenitis, and diabetes.
Section 89 thoracic vertebra: Problems can cause spleen drooping, splenic hypertrophy, decreased pleurisy resistance, allergic skin diseases, urticaria, and vomiting.
The tenth, eleventh, and twelfth thoracic vertebrae: problems can cause renal insufficiency, edema, chronic fatigue, arteriosclerosis, nephritis, kidney stones, eczema, rheumatism, uremia, gout (uric acid joint) skin diseases, Hematuria, diabetes, dry skin, dysentery, liver hypertrophy.
Generally chronic low back pain, chest pain, intercostal neuralgia, arm numbness, numbness in the shoulders and back, ant walking sensation, hyperhidrosis or no sweating, chest tightness, palpitations, dizziness, insomnia, indigestion, standing instability in severe cases, Difficulty in walking, bandage in the chest and abdomen, abnormal urination, paraplegia, etc.
1. The common main manifestations of thoracic spondylosis are chest and back pain and hunchback. The chest pain is severe when sitting in a bent position.
2. The pain caused by the degeneration of the upper thoracic spine radiates to the front chest;
3. When the lower thoracic spine is affected, the pain can radiate to the abdominal wall, sometimes mistaken for angina.
4. Hyperplasia, such as stimulating the sympathetic nerves located beside the spine, can produce autonomic symptoms such as circulatory disorders.
5. The patient has a kyphosis and kyphosis due to the narrowing of the intervertebral space.
6. The breathing rate is reduced due to restricted rib movement.
7. If the spinal cord is compressed in severely degenerative patients, numbness and pyramidal tract signs may appear in the lower limbs.
Therefore, the consequences can be long-term and serious. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the doctors of Zhongyuantang for follow-up.
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