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COCHRANE REVIEW OF MANIPULATION AND MOBILIZATION FOR MECHANICAL NECK DISORDERS

ANITA R GROSS

COCHRANE REVIEW OF MANIPULATION AND MOBILIZATION FOR MECHANICAL NECK DISORDERS

by ANITA R GROSS

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  The purpose of this systematic review was to critically appraise the literature that directly compared manipulation, mobilisation and the Activator instrument for non-specific neck pain. Electronic databases (MEDLINE, MANTIS and CINAHL) were searched from their inception to October for all English language randomised clinical trials that directly compared manipulation, mobilisation and the . Cochrane's Review of Manipulation / Mobilization: Mechanical Neck Disorders. Mobilization and/or manipulation WHEN USED WITH EXERCISE: are beneficial for persistent mechanical neck disorders - done ALONE (without exercise) = NOT beneficial. Cervical Artery Considerations.

Gross A, Miller J, et al. Manipulation or mobilisation for neck pain: A Cochrane Review. Manual Therapy ; Design: Meta-analysis of clinical trials PICOS: Patient population: Adults (18 or over) with one of three categories of neck pain o Neck pain without radicular findings, including whiplash, myofascial.   Mechanical neck pain is a highly prevalent problem in primary healthcare settings. Many of these patients have restricted mobility of the cervical spine. Several manual techniques have been recommended for restoring cervical mobility, but their effectiveness in these patients is unknown. The aim of the present study is to compare the effectiveness of two types of specific techniques of the.

Assendelft WJJ, Morton SC, Yu El, Suttorp MJ. Spinal manipulative therapy for low-back pain. Cochrane review Summary: A systematic review of 39 trials found that spinal manipulation was more effective in reducing pain and improving the ability to perform everyday activities than sham therapy and therapies already known to be was no more or less effective than medication for. Gross AR, Hoving JL, Haines TA, Goldsmith CH, Kay T, Aker P, Bronfort G; Cervical Overview Group. A Cochrane review of manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders. Spine (Phila Pa ). Jul 15;29(14) Review.


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COCHRANE REVIEW OF MANIPULATION AND MOBILIZATION FOR MECHANICAL NECK DISORDERS by ANITA R GROSS Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Cochrane Review of Manipulation and Mobilization for Mechanical Neck Disorders Mobilization and/or manipulation when used with exercise are beneficial for persistent mechanical neck disorders with or without headache. Done alone, manipulation and/or mobilization were not beneficial; when compared to one another, neither was by:   STUDY DESIGN AND OBJECTIVES: Our systematic review of randomized trials assessed whether manipulation and mobilization relieve pain or improve function/disability, patient satisfaction, and global perceived effect in adults with mechanical neck disorders.

SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: Neck disorders are common, disabling, and by: Our systematic review of randomized trials assessed whether manipulation and mobilization relieve pain or improve function/disability, patient satisfaction, and global perceived effect in adults.

(PDF) A Cochrane Review of Manipulation and Mobilization for Mechanical Neck Disorders | Jan Hoving - is a platform for academics to share research papers. Study Design and Objectives. Our systematic review of randomized trials assessed whether manipulation and mobilization relieve pain or improve function/disability, patient satisfaction, and global perceived effect in adults with mechanical neck disorders.

Summary of Background Data. Neck disorders are common, disabling, and by: A Cochrane Review of Manipulation and Mobilization for Mechanical Neck Disorders the Cervical Overview Group. Manipulation and mobilisation are commonly used to treat neck pain. This is an update of a Cochrane review first published inand previously updated in Manual therapy for mechanical neck disorders: a systematic review.

Neck disorders are common, disabling and costly. Randomized trials were reviewed using a Cochrane format, to determine if manual therapy improves pain, function and patient satisfaction in adults suffering from neck disorders with and without radicular findings or headache.

Neck disorders are common, disabling and costly. Randomized trials were reviewed using a Cochrane format, to determine if manual therapy improves pain, function and patient satisfaction in adults suffering from neck disorders with and without radicular findings or headache.

Sequenced computerized searches ended in December Neck pain is common and can limit a person's ability to participate in normal daily activities. Massage is a widely used treatment for neck pain. In this review, it was defined as touching or manipulating the soft tissues surrounding the neck with the hand, foot, arm or elbow.

There are a. STUDY DESIGN AND OBJECTIVES Our systematic review of randomized trials assessed whether manipulation and mobilization relieve pain or improve function/disability, patient satisfaction, and global perceived effect in adults with mechanical neck disorders.

SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Neck disorders are common, disabling, and costly. Manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders (Review). Gross AR, Goldsmith, C, Hoving, JL, Haines T, Peloso P, Aker P, Santaguida P, Myers C, and the Cervical Overview Group.

Con-servative Management of Mechanical Neck Disorders: A Systematic Review. The Journal of Rheumatology ;  Neck disorders are common, disabling and costly.

The effectiveness of exercise as a physiotherapy intervention remains unclear. Objectives. To improve pain, disability, function, patient satisfaction, quality of life and global perceived effect in adults with neck pain.

Search methods. Computerized searches were conducted up to February   Manipulation and Mobilisation for Mechanical Neck Disorders.

Neck pain is a common musculoskeletal complaint. It can cause varying levels of disability for the affected individual and is costly to society. Neck pain can be accompanied by pain radiating down the arms (radiculopathy) or headaches (cervicogenic headaches).

Title: A Cochrane review of manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders: Published in: Spine, 29(14), - Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. Gross A, Goldsmith C, Kay T, Haines T, Peloso P, Kroeling P, Graham N.

Conservative management of mechanical neck disorders: a series of systematic reviews. In: Bridging the gaps. Abstracts of the 12th Cochrane Colloquium; Oct; Ottawa, Canada. This review of 33 trials favored mobilization and/or manipulation when used with exercise for persistent mechanical neck disorder with or without headache.

Done alone, manipulation and/or mobilization was not effective; when compared to one another, neither was superior. A Cochrane review of manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders. Spine ; 29(14) Yelland MJ, Del Mar C, Pirozzo S, Schoene, ML.

Prolotherapy injections for chronic low back pain: a systematic review. Spine ; 29(19) Hagen KB, Jamtvedt G, Hilde G Winnem MF. The updated Cochrane review of bed.

The purpose of this systematic review was to evaluate the randomized controlled trials (RCTs) published from January through September on chronic nonspecific neck pain, comparing the effects of manipulation and/or mobilization as therapies to those of other active therapies (such as acupuncture, massage therapy, exercise, etc.) to sham or no treatment, and when combined with other therapies.

This cervical overview group systematic review update assesses if manual therapy, including manipulation or mobilisation, combined with exercise improves pain, function/disability, quality of life.

There is some evidence that a variety of exercises help patients with mechanical neck pain. Evidence is strongest for a multimodal approach that includes exercise and mobilization or manipulation.Efficacy of spinal manipulation and mobilization for low back pain and neck pain: A systematic review and best evidence synthesis.

Spine J ; Peloso P, Gross A, Haines T et al. Cervical Overview Group. Medicinal and injection therapies for mechanical neck disorders. Cochrane Database Syst Rev ; 3:CDStudy Design and Objectives.

Our systematic review of randomized trials assessed whether manipulation and mobilization relieve pain or improve function/disability, patient satisfaction, and global perceived effect in adults with mechanical neck disorders. Summary of Background Data. Neck disorders are common, disabling, and costly.