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Cervical Vertebral Body Erosion Due to Vascular Abnormality: A Case Report
CONCLUSION: Vertebral artery abnormality and subsequent erosion of the vertebral body is a rare occurrence and can mimic symptoms of musculoskeletal neck pain and cervical radiculopathy. It is important to recognize features of VA abnormalities on magnetic resonance imaging.
Cervical Artery Dissection Caused by Electrical Cupping Therapy with High-Negative Pressure - Case Report
CONCLUSIONS: Therapists using this technique should be aware of the potentially devastating side effects. The diagnosis of ICA dissection should be considered with any new onset of unknown neck pain or headache, specifically in combination with neurological deficits.
Plausible impact of forward head posture on upper cervical spine stability
The cervical spine is responsible for allowing mobility and stability to the head and neck. Any deviation to the center of gravity of the head results in an increase in cantilever loads, which can be particularly damaging to the upper cervical joints. Excessive neck bending also exaggerates stretchi...
Beliefs, perceptions and practices of chiropractors and patients about mitigation strategies for benign adverse events after spinal manipulation therapy
CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study comparing beliefs, perceptions and practices from clinicians and patients regarding benign AEs post-SMT and strategies to mitigate them. This study provides an important step towards identifying the best strategies to improve patient safety and improve quality of...