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Does spinal manipulation change cervical inter-vertebral motion?

I’m delighted to have recently given a presentation of my main PhD findings at BritSpine 2014, at the University of Warwick. BritSpine is the biennial scientific congress of the United Kingdom Spine Societies (UKSSB). 261 more words

PhD Manipulation For Neck Pain

Back Pain Exercise & Manipulation Effectiveness in Primary Care

As I have discussed in other reviews posted on my site, and as most therapists and doctors who deal with back pain know – low back pain is somewhat of an enigma in clinical practice. 580 more words

Back Pain

More on Manipulation in Washington State

By: Brett Windsor PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT

Good evening…thought I’d take the time to add a bit more on the state of the manipulation bill in Washington State. 329 more words

Cervical Manipulation… Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze? (Part 2)

In Part 1, the relative risks and important screening areas prior to cervical manipulation were discussed. In this second installment, the effectiveness and a theoretical framework for utilizing cervical manipulation will be laid out. 1,518 more words

Manual Therapy

Jonathan Branney reblogged this on Chiroresearcher and commented:

And here's part 2 of John Snyder's blog post on cervical manipulation. Again, the comments are also worth a read.

Cervical Manipulation... Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze? (Part 1)

Neck pain is a debilitating and all too common issue worldwide. According to a systematic review published by Cote et al, the annual prevalence of neck pain in Quebec City is 48%, 27% in Norway, and 34% in the UK. 1,328 more words

Manual Therapy

Jonathan Branney reblogged this on Chiroresearcher and commented:

Another thoughtful and detailed blog post from John Snyder about the controversy that continues to surround cervical manipulation. The comments are worth a read too!