I have a prominent rib hump(52 degree thoracic) curve. This means that the other side of my body has my rib protruding forward and rotated as well. It looks abnormally thin from the profile and 3 quarter view compared to the stronger side. I am looking forward to possibly strenghthening the muscles of the collapsed side up to bring my chest out more, enlarging my side obliques and buffening my trapezius so that it will look thicker/more rounded and wouldn't look so thin and flat. Is this even possible to achieve? Has anyone tried this?
However, i am having difficulty figuring out how i should only work out the weak side without having to work out the strong side. Most equipment in the gym just aren't designed for people to work out only one side. I tried it, and i eventually end up either working muscles on both sides of my body or not at all. I am also looking forward to do just the opposite on the stronger side, basically de-strenghthening it. Who do i see to setup this workout plan further? Is a fitness trainer good enough, or do i need to see a physical therapist?