Supervised exercise with and without spinal manipulation performs similarly and better than home exercise for chronic neck pain: a randomized controlled trial.

@article{Evans2012SupervisedEW,
  title={Supervised exercise with and without spinal manipulation performs similarly and better than home exercise for chronic neck pain: a randomized controlled trial.},
  author={Roni L. Evans and Gert Bronfort and Craig A Schulz and Michele Maiers and Yiscah Bracha and Kenneth H Svendsen and Richard H. Grimm and Timothy A. Garvey and Ensor E. Transfeldt},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 11},
  pages={903-14}
}
STUDY DESIGN Randomized controlled trial using mixed methods. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relative effectiveness of high-dose supervised exercise with and without spinal manipulation and low-dose home exercise for chronic neck pain. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Neck pain is a common global health care complaint with considerable social and economic impact. Systematic reviews have found exercise therapy (ET) to be effective for neck pain, either alone or in combination with spinal manipulation… CONTINUE READING
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