Spinal Manipulation for Chronic Neck Pain

A Randomized Clinical Trial of Exercise and Spinal Manipulation for Patients with Chronic Neck Pain

      April 2001 Volume 26 Number 7
      Bronfort G. Evans R. Nelson B. Aker PD. Goldsmith CH. Vernon H.
      Northwestern Health Sciences University
      Bloomington Minnesota

Study Outcomes & Clinical Relevance:
For chronic neck pain, the use of strengthening exercise, whether in combination with spinal manipulation or in the form of a high technology, MedX program appears to be more beneficial to patients with chronic neck pain than the use of spinal manipulation alone. An additional finding was that 85% of the patients with chronic neck.

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