Kinematics of fast cervical rotations in persons with chronic neck pain: a cross-sectional and reliability study

@inproceedings{Rijezon2010KinematicsOF,
  title={Kinematics of fast cervical rotations in persons with chronic neck pain: a cross-sectional and reliability study},
  author={Ulrik R{\"o}ijezon and Mats Djupsj{\"o}backa and Martin Bj{\"o}rklund and Charlotte H{\"a}ger-Ross and Helena Grip and Dario G. Liebermann},
  booktitle={BMC musculoskeletal disorders},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Assessment of sensorimotor function is useful for classification and treatment evaluation of neck pain disorders. Several studies have investigated various aspects of cervical motor functions. Most of these have involved slow or self-paced movements, while few have investigated fast cervical movements. Moreover, the reliability of assessment of fast cervical axial rotation has, to our knowledge, not been evaluated before. METHODS Cervical kinematics was assessed during fast axial… CONTINUE READING
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