Abdominal pain is a common and functionally limiting complaint within the healthcare system linked to impaired quality of life and increased health care utilization. This chief complaint is associated with an extensive differential diagnosis leading to high utilization of diagnostic testing, increased healthcare cost, and delayed access to care. In patients presenting with acute or chronic abdominal pain, musculoskeletal pain often requires expensive testing, thereby delaying definitive care. An improved triage process is warranted. Performing a musculoskeletal examination to determine if pain patterns can be mechanically reproduced at the site of origin, or remote to the site of pain, warrants referral to a musculoskeletal specialist. In our young and healthy population, once the musculoskeletal mediated abdominal pain origin is determined, we see significant success in the application of a treatment approach consisting of manipulative therapy, exercise, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. A multimodal treatment approach for musculoskeletal-mediated abdominal pain has not been previously described. This case study outlines a novel management approach for musculoskeletal-mediated abdominal pain and provides an alternative diagnostic technique, when implemented early in the evaluation and management process of atypical abdominal pain, that improves the quality of life.