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Friday, April 20th, 2018

This week, I want to continue with discussions on low back pain (LBP) because that is the topic that is on fire at the moment. The momentum low back pain has picked up recently is a once in a lifetime rebooting of an entire...

Effectiveness of Manual Therapy

This research is fairly recent being from 2010. It’s a good general idea of the effectiveness of manual therapies. I would say it is one of the most important of the research abstracts to come out. Why They Did It The authors on this...

This research goes a LONG WAY towards showing the cost-effectiveness and the overall effectiveness of manual therapy/spinal mobilization when compared to traditional medical treatment or physiotherapy/physical therapy alone. There is research out there that also shows extreme effectiveness through a combined, integrated approach in...

This one is short and sweet. The reason for this research was to determine what the short-term effects of spinal manipulation are on males in regards to pain, spinal mobility or range of motion, and height recovery in the instance of degenerative disc disease...