top of page
AdobeStock_352149697.jpeg

Spinal manipulation in the treatment of low-back pain

Cite

Full Text Link

Review

-

Structural and chiropractic

Can Fam Physician.1985 Mar;31:535-40.

Authors:

W H Kirkaldy-Willis, J D Cassidy

Abstract.

Spinal manipulation, one of the oldest forms of therapy for back pain, has mostly been practiced outside of the medical profession. Over the past decade, there has been an escalation of clinical and basic science research on manipulative therapy, which has shown that there is a scientific basis for the treatment of back pain by manipulation. Most family practitioners have neither the time nor inclination to master the art of manipulation and will wish to refer their patients to a skilled practitioner of this therapy. Results of spinal manipulation in 283 patients with low back pain are presented. The physician who makes use of this resource will provide relief for many patients.

Publication Date: 

1985 Mar

OEID: 

4005

Kirkaldy-willis, HW., Cassidy, DJ. (1985) 'Spinal manipulation in the treatment of low-back pain', Can Fam Physician.1985 Mar;31:535-40.

Sponsored by 

logo-footer-k.png

Search    Explore    About    Join    Web Policy     Contact Us

Copyright © 2023 OsteoEvidence. All Rights Reserved.
 

bottom of page