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Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9, 2017년, pp.625 - 634   SCIE
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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cerebral Hemodynamic Responses to Pain Following Thoracic Thrust Manipulation in Individuals With Neck Pain: A Randomized Trial

Sparks, Cheryl L. (Rehabilitation Center of Expertise, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois ) ; Liu, Wen C. (Department of Radiology, Saint Francis Medical Center, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois ) ; Cleland, Joshua A. (Department of Physical Therapy, Franklin Pierce University, Concord, New Hampshire ) ; Kelly, Joseph P. (Department of Physical Therapy, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois ) ; Dyer, Sarah J. (OSF Rehabilitation at Saint Francis Medical Center, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois ) ; Szetela, Kathryn M. (OSF Rehabilitation at Saint Francis Medical Center, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois ) ; Elliott, James M. (Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois ) ;
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    Abstract Objective The purpose of this study was to examine whether cerebral activation in response to noxious mechanical stimuli varies with thrust manipulation (TM) when compared with sham manipulation (SM) as measured by blood oxygenation level–dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging. Methods Twenty-four volunteers (67% female) with complaints of acute or subacute mechanical (nontraumatic) neck pain satisfied eligibility requirements and agreed to participate. Participants were randomized to receive TM to the thoracic spine or SM, and then underwent functional magnetic resonance scanning while receiving noxious stimuli before and after TM or SM. An 11-point numeric pain rating scale was administered pre- and postmanipulation for neck pain and to determine perceptions of pain intensity with respect to neck pain and mechanical stimuli. Blood oxygenation level–dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging recorded the cerebral hemodynamic response to the mechanical stimuli. Results Imaging revealed significant group differences, with those individuals in the manipulation group exhibiting increased areas of activation (postmanipulation) in the insular and somatosensory cortices and individuals in the sham group exhibiting greater areas of activation in the precentral gyrus, supplementary motor area, and cingulate cortices ( P Conclusions This study provides preliminary level 2b evidence suggesting cortical responses in patients with nontraumatic neck pain may vary between thoracic TM and a sham comparator.


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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging .   Manipulation .   Neuroscience .   Pain.  

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