Segmental percentage contributions of cervical spine during different motion ranges of flexion and extension.

@article{Wu2010SegmentalPC,
  title={Segmental percentage contributions of cervical spine during different motion ranges of flexion and extension.},
  author={S K Wu and L P Kuo and Haw-Chang H. Lan and Sen-Wei Tsai and Fong-Chin Su},
  journal={Journal of spinal disorders & techniques},
  year={2010},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={278-84}
}
STUDY DESIGN A blind, repeated-measure design was employed in the study. OBJECTIVE To quantitatively measure the percentage contribution of segmental angular motion during different motion ranges of cervical flexion-extension for clinical applications and better understanding of cervical biomechanics. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Restriction of cervical motion is a major symptom in patients suffering from neck injuries or pathologies. Although segmental angular motion alternation is a… CONTINUE READING

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