You may have read my post that a chiropractor fixed my daughters hiatal hernia. I brought her in and he checked a few other places and fixed those first then he massaged the stomach to fix the hernia. She's been pain free since. I took her to a massage therapist next to have the vagus nerve massaged and her upper body was so tight that when the therapist touched the tight spots it made her head turn. Her upper body was unbelivably tight and may have been cause of the tension and shallow breathing she endured from the hernia. I see a chiropractor that used the popping technique cause I've found that the other techniques of tapping with a tool just don't work for us. Good luck. Let me know if you get to a chiro and if it helps you. A knowledable massage therapist should be able to fix it too. It's a simple procedure. Good luck. My email is denvmrws, yahoo acct.
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