Initial Effect of Using Anterior-Posterior Palpation in a Patient with Neck Pain Who Met the Clinical Predication Rule for Cervical Radiculopathy
It is not known whether a clinical prediction rule or a whiplash associated disorder (WAD) classification may be applied effectively in a second traumatic event to predict the outcome in a patient recovering from cord trauma. Therefore, the purpose of this case was to apply a decision rule and a whiplash classification to predict the outcome of a second traumatic event in a recovering incomplete spinal cord injured (SCI) patient who was ambulatory.
Yung, E. (2009). Initial effect of using anterior-posterior palpation in a patient with neck pain who met the clinical predication rule for cervical radiculopathy. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, 17(3), E102.
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