Neural responses to the mechanical characteristics of high velocity, low amplitude spinal manipulation: Effect of specific contact site

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5 April 2015

Neural responses to the mechanical characteristics of high velocity, low amplitude spinal manipulation: Effect of specific contact site

Systematic investigations are needed identifying how variability in the biomechanical characteristics of spinal manipulation affects physiological responses. Such knowledge may inform future clinical practice and research study design. The objective of this study was to determine how contact site for high velocity, low amplitude spinal manipulation (HVLA-SM) affects sensory input to the central nervous system … ABSTRACT

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