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Yea I am coming to a bunch of 12 year olds for doctoral advice. Anyway, Dr. NS, regardless of my position, laying in bed, sitting in a chair, standing etc. today I have noticed that when I breathe in I can feel it sort of pinching on my spine and it feels like there are lungs in my back. Not sure if I should be too worried about this or not?
Sorry I'm not twelve,nor a knowledgable about respiratory systems or spinal cords but if it doesn't go away in a or two I would go to a doctor, plus I think you'd have a better chance on google than here
i was going to say it is probably a small pulled muscle or a muscle spasm.
and to add to the chiropractor debate. my undergrad roommate is in chiropractic school and they have a pretty rigorous class schedule for many years. their anatomy and phys knowledge is pretty impressive.