Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

August 26, 2015

Alterations in Cortical & Cerebellar Motor Processing in Subclinical Neck Pain Patients Following Spinal Manipulation

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctordilday @ 3:59 pm

JMPT 2013; 36:527-537

“Alterations in trunk muscle recruitment patterns have been observed in mechanical low back pain patients. These changes in muscle recruitment patterns are likely an adaptation to underlying spinal instability resulting from: …” “These findings indicate that the deficits in proprioception and motor control, rather than the pain itself, may be the main factors defining  the clinical picture of various chronic pain conditions.” (Emphasis mine.)

What does chiropractic care and proper exercise do?

Improve proprioception and motor control!

(Notes from the August 22-23, 2015 Applying Cutting-Edge Research to Everyday Practice seminar seminar by Dr. Malik Slosberg, D.C., M.S.) There were 132 pages of research excerpts and a an 11 page addendum current as of “Thursday” included. This is me sharing them with you:-)


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