Hypoalgesic and sympathoexcitatory effects of mobilization with movement for lateral epicondylalgia.

@article{Paungmali2003HypoalgesicAS,
  title={Hypoalgesic and sympathoexcitatory effects of mobilization with movement for lateral epicondylalgia.},
  author={Aatit Paungmali and Shaun O'Leary and Tina Souvlis and Bill T Vicenzino},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  year={2003},
  volume={83 4},
  pages={374-83}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Mulligan has proposed the use of mobilization with movement for lateral epicondylalgia. In this study, mobilization with movement for the elbow was examined to determine whether this intervention was capable of inducing physiological effects similar to those reported for some forms of spinal manipulation. PARTICIPANTS Seven women and 17 men (mean age=48.5 years, SD=7.2) with chronic lateral epicondylalgia participated in the study. METHODS A placebo, control, repeated… CONTINUE READING
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