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Brief action planning targeting prognostic factors for an adult with persistent low back pain without radiculopathy: A case report
We describe the implementation of brief action planning in conjunction with evidence-based clinical practice guideline recommendations to improve self-efficacy in a patient with psychosocial barriers and persistent nonspecific low back pain.
Treatment preferences amongst physical therapists and chiropractors for the management of neck pain: results of an international survey
CONCLUSIONS: This survey indicates that exercise and manual therapy are core treatments provided by chiropractors and physical therapists. Future research should address gaps in evidence associated with variable practice patterns and knowledge translation to reduce usage of some interventions that h...
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 Radiculopathy Associated With Shingles Herpes Zoster Infection
CONCLUSION: Concurrent upper extremity radicular pain accompanied by herpes zoster cutaneous rash is described. Chiropractic spinal manipulation using Cox spinal distraction protocols saw resolution of the patient's complaints. Considered to be an uncommon dual occurrence, radiculopathy and herpes z...