Pectus Carinatum Brace Treatment in 2022 – Benefits, Cost, Risks & More

Lately, there has been a growing interest in the non-surgical treatment of pectus carinatum, such as bracing, because of surgical difficulties. The anterior chest wall is still flexible during adolescence, which makes the correction process of the Dynamic Remodeling bracing method much more effective and painless. Various procedures for rebuilding the chest wall are available. … Read more

Pectus Excavatum and Asthma in 2022 – Risk, Breathing Exercises & More

Plenty of people with pectus excavatum is affected by asthma. Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow down and swell, producing extra mucus. It can make breathing difficult, further worsening the consequences of the already lowered lung capacity. It can also cause uncomfortable coughing, a whistling sound when breathing out, and chest tightness.  The … Read more

Dynamic Remodeling Method in 2022 – Repair Pectus Deformities Non-Surgically

The Dynamic Remodeling Method is a non-surgical approach to treat pectus deformities by using Dynamic Chest Compression (DCC) brace and exercises. Treating pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum with this conservative method is proven to work for years. The external compressive brace modifies the malformed bone structure while exercising increases intrathoracic pressure, forcing the cavity to … Read more

Pectus Carinatum in Females – 2022 Treatment, Anxiety, Clothing & More

Most females are hesitant to openly discuss chest wall deformities such as pectus carinatum. Only a few pieces of information and stories are available on the internet regarding pectus carinatum in females. This makes it harder for females to find a solution for their deformity, which can cause anxiety and depression. I am passionate about … Read more

Joining the Army with Pectus Excavatum in 2022 – Ultimate Guide, Tips & More

Pectus excavatum is not ratable for military disability. The deformity is primarily genetic, considered Existed Prior to Service (EPTS). That refers to medical situations diagnosed or sustained before the person entered the army. In sporadic cases, the deformity can be caused by an injury to the anterior chest wall. Even the worst cases of sunken … Read more

Pectus Excavatum and Uneven Chest Muscles in 2022 – 8 Tips + 4 Mistakes & More

It is widespread for people with pectus excavatum to have uneven chest muscles. Fortunately, you can repair this non-surgically. I used to be a victim of this, but I improved it with specific functional training. Before I started weightlifting, the asymmetry was much more noticeable. My right pectoral muscle used to be a lot smaller … Read more

Nuss Procedure for Correcting Pectus Excavatum – Essential 2022 Guide

Nuss Procedure Benefits No rib resection Shorter procedure time and recovery time The scars are minor and almost “invisible.” Minimal blood loss Less pain Much smaller cuts Faster return to everyday life Short Introduction to Pectus Excavatum  Having a chest deformity can decrease the quality of our lives. It can affect our health, mental stability, … Read more

Pectus Excavatum Puking & Acid Reflux Prevention in 2022 + 5 Tips & More

Pectus excavatum can manifest in various forms, from minor to severe. Growth, movement intolerance, weight loss, and vomiting are the most common links to a more severe form of abnormality. This chest deformity creates various disturbances in the body. Slow but constant alveolar collapse can contribute to that. Vomiting After Pectus Excavatum Surgery A familiar … Read more

Pectus Excavatum and Scapular Winging – Essential 2022 Guide + Exercises, Stretches & More

The shoulder blades of a person suffering from pectus excavatum can protrude or look very noticeable, called scapular winging. If you have this problem, you can have problems lifting weights because it can weaken the arms, shoulders, or neck. As you may already know, weightlifting is beneficial if you want to make your sunken chest … Read more