HI, thanks for using healthcare magicChest pain
can occur due to any structure in the chest from the skin inwards.
Your cardiologist would rule out any problems related to the heart such as angina. This is chest pain that occurs because of reduced blood supply to the heart. This pain would normally occur with activity, in severe cases it would occur at rest as well. It may associated with palpitations and shortness of breath
There are other causes of chest pain such as conditions affecting the lungs (for example pneumonia
, pulmonary embolism
), muscles, bones, esophagus
It is possible since the pain is occurring with exercise that it may be related to your muscles or bones.
The cardiologist would assess your heart via examination and tests such as ECG and echo.
If there are no abnormalities then you would have to determine if it is related to any other structures.
I hope this helps