This community covers anxiety disorders and other mental health issues, Sophie.
The posters at Wellsphere's General Medicine community should be able to provide a more authoritative answer.
always a good idea to get chestpain evaluated by a doctor.
If you are a healthy, young active person...?
Was it after you were driving...etc.
This might help you and your doctor figure out what is causing it. The upper right chest...
I don't think this is related to an anxiety disorder, though no doubt it is causing you some anxiety. Your family physician should be able to determine the cause and be able to suggest a remedy.
I assume your son's physical injuries have/are being treated, but it sounds as if his mental injuries aren't. These can be as damaging to his health as the physical ones, perhaps even more so.
A good starting point would
Dr. Heather S.
If you have new chestpain, see your doctor. That's the most important thing I'm going to write... out of nothing. And to be honest, less than half of the new patients that I see with chestpain actually have pain due to heart...
also can cause impingement of one nerve root on one side of the spine causing neck pain that develops over time... and fall? Even repetetive motions / improper postures can cause pain as well over time. If not treated...