Medically reviewed by Dr. Brian Paris, D.C on Jan. 20, 2019.
When people experience pain in their chest, they tend to automatically think the worst -- that they may be having a heart attack. Although it's true that chest pain on your left side can be a warning sign of a heart attack, it's pretty safe to assume that chest … Read More
Most people do not realize what causes back and chest pain. Muscle strain, nerve damage and other conditions in the middle and upper back can also cause pain in the chest area. No matter what your age, occupation or lifestyle, chest pain is a symptom that should always be taken seriously. Chest pain no matter what the cause … Read More
It is a widely accepted theory that a pinched nerve cause chest pain. These pinched nerves occur when exceeding amounts of pressure applied to surrounding bones, cartilage, tendons or muscles is applied to the nerve. Pinched nerves that are generally found in the neck or lower back can often be caused by a herniated disc, ar … Read More