A descriptive study of the centralization phenomenon. A prospective analysis.

  title={A descriptive study of the centralization phenomenon. A prospective analysis.},
  author={Mark W Werneke and Dennis L. Hart and David Cook},
  volume={24 7},
STUDY DESIGN Occurrence and treatment responses associated with the centralization phenomenon were analyzed prospectively in 289 patients with acute neck and back pain with or without referred spinal symptoms. OBJECTIVES To document symptom changes to mechanical assessment during initial evaluation and during consecutive visits. Using standard operational definitions, patients were categorized reliably into three inclusive and mutually exclusive pain pattern groups: centralization… CONTINUE READING
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