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  • S V Paris
  • The Orthopedic clinics of North America
  • 1983
In this article I have attempted to give an overview of the current aspects of anatomy relevant to understanding low back function and pain. Generally, anatomy, neuroanatomy, and mechanics of the(More)
  • S V Paris
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 1983
Spinal manipulative therapy is growing in popularity and acceptance, as judged by the increasing number of practitioners in physical therapy and medicine and by the results of clinical trials.(More)
The author asserts that if an instability is of any consequence, then it can be detected during the physical examination by a trained observer. Radiographs, which display full-range or even(More)
This article presents spinal dysfunction (as opposed to disease) as being an altered state of mechanics demonstrating either an aberrant motion or an increase or decrease from the expected range.(More)
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