Upton and McComas claimed that most patients with carpal tunnel syndrome not only have compressive lesions at the wrist, but also show evidence of damage to cervical nerve roots. This "double crush" hypothesis has gained some popularity among chiropractors because it seems to provide a rationale for adjusting the cervical spine in treating carpal tunnel… (More)
Variability of vertical ground reaction forces in patients with chronic low back pain, before and after chiropractic care.Variability of vertical ground reaction forces in patients with chronic low back pain, before and after chiropractic care..
OBJECTIVE Some doctors and therapists believe that wearing high-heeled shoes causes increased lumbar lordosis and that this may be a cause of low back pain. The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether high-heeled shoes increase lumbar lordosis and to do so with more reliable methods and a larger sample size than used in previous studies. METHODS… (More)