Spinal manipulation study featured in @bournemouthuni publication

Really pleased to see that my study looking into the mechanism of spinal manipulation for neck pain has been featured in The Beacon, a review of the School of Health & Social Care at Bournemouth University: http://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/hsc/pdf/beacon15.pdf

I have been number-crunching for the past few months and the data analysis is nearing completion – exciting times! So, is manipulation associated with a change in inter-vertebral motion, and does this change correlate with symptomatic improvement? I can’t say anything until the data are checked and published, but it’s looking interesting…..


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