Rib cage rotation with pain inside lung?! Help!!!

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I have been suffering with my upper back for 3 years now, been to number of doctors etc and finally went to a good physio yesterday and I have mild scoliosis and my rib cage has rotated, I am in constant pain but what worries me the most is that I have pain on the left side which feels like it's inside my lung and is worst when exhaling deeply, just wondered if anyone else with rib cage rotation felt the same?! Please help

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    Anyone help please???
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    Hello Zoe

    Have you had an MRI ?. Perhaps that would identify the problem.

    Last week I had an MRI and found that I have spinal stenosis. That's what

    my physio has been saying all along. Best of luck, hope you find a cure.

    Alpine

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    I had an mri a months and months ago but they said wasn't anything to worry about but I am just worried about the pain inside the left of my chest and do people with rotated rib cages get that pain?!
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    Hello Zoe

    I'm not sure what rotated rib cage is so I'll look it up. Sounds like something out of alignment.

    Alpine

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    Im just worrying that it's something really bad to do with my lung, I don't have any other symptoms just back pain all the time and this muscular like pain inside left chest
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