Biomechanical characterization (fingerprinting) of five novel methods of cervical spine manipulation.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the biomechanical characteristics of five clinically common methods of cervical spine manipulation. DESIGN Descriptive study. SETTING Human Performance Lab, University of Calgary. PARTICIPANTS Five volunteer practitioners treating symptomatic patients from their own clinical populations. INTERVENTION Five commonly used methods… (More)

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