Manipulation and spinal traction

Effects of traction and manipulation


  1. The biomechanical influence of traction on the cervical spine.
  2. High-Force Versus Low-Force Lumbar Traction in Acute Lumbar Sciatica Due to Disc Herniation: A Preliminary Randomized Trial.
  3. Herniated Lumbar Disks: Real-time MR Imaging Evaluation during Continuous Traction.
  4. Effects of segmental traction therapy on lumbar disc herniation in patients with acute low back pain measured by magnetic resonance imaging: A single arm clinical trial
  5. Mechanical effects of traction on lumbar intervertebral discs: A magnetic resonance imaging study
  6. Effectiveness of Traction in Young Patients Representing Different Stages of Degenerative Disc Disease
  7. Effects of patient-specific three-dimensional lumbar traction on pain and functional disability in patients with lumbar intervertebral disc prolapse
  8. Mechanical Traction for Lumbar Radicular Pain: Supine or Prone? A Randomized Controlled Trial
  9. Herniated Lumbar DisksReal-time MR Imaging Evaluation during Continuous Traction.
  10. Reducibility of cervical disk herniation: evaluation at MR imaging during cervical traction with a nonmagnetic traction device.
  11. Manipulative therapy in lower back pain with leg pain and neurological deficit.
  12. Manipulation of the cervical spine: risks and benefits.
  13. Upper cervical and upper thoracic manipulation versus mobilization and exercise in patients with cervicogenic headache: a multi-center randomized clinical trial.
  14. Manipulative therapy in lower back pain with leg pain and neurological deficit.
  15. Hérnias de Disco Lombares – Quais fatores determinam a redução de seu tamanho?
  16. Effects of vertebral axial decompression on intradiscal pressure
  17. Computed tomographic investigation of the effect of traction on lumbar disc herniations
  18. Influences of spinal decompression therapy and general traction therapy on the pain, disability, and straight leg raising of patients with intervertebral disc herniation
  19. Biomechanical analysis in the lumbar spine during two-step traction therapy
  20. Lumbar mechanical traction: a biomechanical assessment of change at the lumbar spine
  21. Comparison of Cyriax manipulation with traditional physical therapy for the management of cervical discogenic problems. A randomized control trial
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