My son, who is 16 years old developed Pectus Carinatum (pigeon chest) during his puberty. We have been to two orthopedic surgeons and one of them told us that his condition would improve if he exercised his pectorals. The other told us that exercising would only enhance his condition and make it worse. Please, could anyone give us any suggestions?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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