Response of pain intensity to soft tissue mobilization and neurodynamic technique: a series of 18 patients with chronic carpal tunnel syndrome.

@article{delaLlaveRincn2012ResponseOP,
  title={Response of pain intensity to soft tissue mobilization and neurodynamic technique: a series of 18 patients with chronic carpal tunnel syndrome.},
  author={Ana Isabel de-la-Llave-Rinc{\'o}n and Ricardo Ortega-Santiago and Silvia Ambite-Quesada and Antonio Gil-Crujera and Emilio Louie J Puentedura and M. C. Valenza and C{\'e}sar Fern{\'a}ndez-de-Las-Pe{\~n}as},
  journal={Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics},
  year={2012},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={420-7}
}
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this prospective case series was to examine the combined effects of soft tissue mobilization and nerve slider neurodynamic technique on pain and pressure sensitivity in women with chronic carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). METHODS Eighteen women with a clinical and electromyographic diagnosis of CTS participated. Patients completed the numerical pain rating scale (NPRS) for current, worst, and lowest pain intensity and underwent pain pressure threshold (PPT) testing over… CONTINUE READING
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