Manual therapy treatment of cervicogenic dizziness: a systematic review.

@article{Reid2005ManualTT,
  title={Manual therapy treatment of cervicogenic dizziness: a systematic review.},
  author={S. Reid and D. Rivett},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  year={2005},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={
          4-13
        }
}
Dizziness is a common and often disabling disorder. [...] Key Method Seven electronic databases were searched up to July 2003, article reference lists were screened and an expert panel elicited to obtain relevant trials. Nine studies met the inclusion criteria and key data was extracted. Two reviewers assessed the validity of the studies using the Cochrane format and found that all studies had low methodological quality. However, a consistent finding was that all studies had a positive result with significant…Expand
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