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The chest is the region of the body between the neck and the abdomen and is made up of internal organs, muscles and bone. It is protected and supported by the ribcage, spine, and shoulder girdle. Muscles of the chest such as the pectoralis (pec) muscles contribute to movement of the upper arm.


Soft tissue massage of the chest muscles by specialist therapistAbove: Soft tissue massage of the chest muscles by specialist therapist






Soft tissue massage applied to the chest by an experienced therapistAbove: Soft tissue massage applied to the chest by an experienced therapist



The most common chest injuries the physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk see are:


Functional ability exercises assisted by specialist MSK physiotherapistAbove: Functional ability exercises assisted by specialist MSK physiotherapist






Progressive strength training for the chest muscles supervised by specialist MSK physiotherapistAbove: Progressive strength training for the chest muscles supervised by specialist MSK physiotherapist