Spinal manipulation in physical therapist professional degree education: A model for teaching and integration into clinical practice.

@article{Flynn2006SpinalMI,
  title={Spinal manipulation in physical therapist professional degree education: A model for teaching and integration into clinical practice.},
  author={Timothy W. Flynn and Robert S. Wainner and Julie M Fritz},
  journal={The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={36 8},
  pages={577-87}
}
Spinal manipulation for low back complaints is an intervention supported by randomized clinical trials and its use recommended by clinical practice guidelines. Physical therapists in this country and internationally have used thrust spinal manipulation at much lower-than-expected rates, despite evidence supporting its efficacy for the treatment of acute low… CONTINUE READING