Spinal manipulative therapy-specific changes in pain sensitivity in individuals with low back pain (NCT01168999).

@article{Bialosky2014SpinalMT,
  title={Spinal manipulative therapy-specific changes in pain sensitivity in individuals with low back pain (NCT01168999).},
  author={Joel E Bialosky and Steven Z. George and Maggie E. Horn and Donald D. Price and Roland Staud and Michael Edward Robinson},
  journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={136-48}
}
UNLABELLED Spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) is effective for some individuals experiencing low back pain; however, the mechanisms are not established regarding the role of placebo. SMT is associated with changes in pain sensitivity, suggesting related altered central nervous system response or processing of afferent nociceptive input. Placebo is also associated with changes in pain sensitivity, and the efficacy of SMT for changes in pain sensitivity beyond placebo has not been adequately… CONTINUE READING
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