Determining Cavitation Location During Lumbar And Thoracic Spinal Manipulation Ross 2004 Pdf
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- Bilateral and multiple cavitation sounds during upper cervical thrust manipulation
- Understanding why the thoracic region is the 'Cinderella' region of the spine
- Distribution of cavitations as identified with accelerometry during lumbar spinal manipulation.
Bilateral and multiple cavitation sounds during upper cervical thrust manipulation
Understanding why the thoracic region is the 'Cinderella' region of the spine
Study design: Sixty-four asymptomatic participants, ranging in age from 22 to 49 years, volunteered to act as patients for the study. Twenty-eight different clinicians performed thoracic and lumbar spinal manipulative procedures. The range of clinical experience was 1 to 43 years. Objectives: The purpose of this study is to first locate the joints that produce an audible sound in response to manipulation cavitation during spinal manipulative procedures so that the accuracy and specificity of manipulation can be assessed. Summary of background data: Clinicians utilizing spinal manipulative therapy SMT claim to be very specific and accurate with the delivery of their dynamic thrust.
Request PDF | Determining Cavitation Location During Lumbar and Thoracic James Ross at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College of cavitation occurring during spinal manipulation (Ross et al., ) conclusions.
Distribution of cavitations as identified with accelerometry during lumbar spinal manipulation.
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