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  5. [해외논문]   Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cerebral Hemodynamic Responses to Pain Following Thoracic Thrust Manipulation in Individuals With Neck Pain: A Randomized Trial   SCIE

    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)
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 625 - 634 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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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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  6. [해외논문]   Management of Back Pain-related Disorders in a Community With Limited Access to Health Care Services: A Description of Integration of Chiropractors as Service Providers   SCIE

    Emary, Peter C. (Private Practice, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada ) , Brown, Amy L. (Private Practice, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada ) , Cameron, Douglas F. (Private Practice, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada ) , Pessoa, Alexander F. (Private Practice, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada ) , Bolton, Jennifer E. (Postgraduate Studies and Research, Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom)
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 635 - 642 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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    Abstract Objective The purpose of this study was to evaluate a chiropractic service for back pain patients integrated within a publicly funded, multidisciplinary, primary care community health center in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. Methods Patients consulting for back pain of any duration were referred by their medical doctor or nurse practitioner for chiropractic treatment at the community health center. Patients completed questionnaires at baseline and at discharge from the service. Data were collected prospectively on consecutive patients between January 2014 and January 2016. Results Questionnaire data were obtained from 93 patients. The mean age of the sample was 49.0 ± 16.27 years, and 66% were unemployed. More than three-quarters (77%) had had their back pain for more than a month, and 68% described it as constant. According to the Bournemouth Questionnaire, Bothersomeness, and global improvement scales, a majority (63%, 74%, and 93%, respectively) reported improvement at discharge, and most (82%) reported a significant reduction in pain medication. More than three-quarters (77%) did not visit their primary care provider while under chiropractic care, and almost all (93%) were satisfied with the service. According to the EuroQol 5 Domain questionnaire, more than one-third of patients (39%) also reported improvement in their general health state at discharge. Conclusion Implementation of an integrated chiropractic service was associated with high levels of improvement and patient satisfaction in a sample of patients of low socioeconomic status with subacute and chronic back pain.

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  7. [해외논문]   Relationship Between Subjective Experience of Individuals, Practitioner Seniority, Cavitation Occurrence, and 3-Dimensional Kinematics During Cervical Spine Manipulation   SCIE

    Van Geyt, Bernard (Laboratory of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Organogenesis Faculty of Medicine, Université) , Dugailly, Pierre-Michel A. (Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium ) , De Page, Louis (Laboratory of Functional Anatomy, Faculty of Motor Sciences, Université) , Feipel, Veronique (Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium )
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 643 - 648 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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    Abstract Objective The purpose of this study was to assess individual subjective experience (ISE) of the recipients of a cervical manipulation and to analyze the influence of kinematics, cavitation occurrence, and practitioner seniority on individual experience. Methods Practitioners with different seniority (years of experience) manipulated 20 asymptomatic volunteers at C3 and C5 on both sides. Kinematics were recorded using a 3-dimensional electrogoniometer, and ISE data were gathered through a questionnaire to explore the subjects’ experiences of manipulation in terms of tactile sensations, relaxation, perception of the task, and therapist handling. Kinematics, occurrence of cavitation, practitioner’s seniority, and ISE data were analyzed concurrently. Results Motion parameters obtained during manipulation were found to be influenced by cavitation occurrence and differences between practitioners. Data analysis indicated that ISE could be grouped into 2 factors. The first revolved around grip firmness and range and speed of practitioner’s gesture. The second factor represented patient’s relaxation and the precision of handling. Also, most ISE data correlated with kinematics, although a subjective measurement did not always correlate the highest with its objective counterpart. When cavitation occurred, ISE ratings were higher, suggesting that participants may associate cavitation with the success of manipulations. Higher practitioner seniority (more years of experience) induced feelings of higher speed, amplitude, firmness, and precision. Conclusions Recipients of cervical manipulation experienced different subjective feelings that can be expressed in 2 dimensions. These feelings are influenced by cavitation occurrence and practitioner’s seniority. A better understanding of an individual’s subjective experience related to cervical manipulation could increase confidence and improve the patient-therapist relationship, and it may provide further therapeutic perspectives for the practitioners.

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  8. [해외논문]   Immediate Effects of Upper Cervical Translatoric Mobilization on Cervical Mobility and Pressure Pain Threshold in Patients With Cervicogenic Headache: A Randomized Controlled Trial   SCIE

    Malo-Urrié (Corresponding author: Miguel Malo-Urriés, PT, PhD, C/ San Francisco de Paula, 34 (50840) San Mateo de Gállego, Zaragoza, Spain. Tel.: +34 659580468.) , s, Miguel , Tricá , s-Moreno, José , Miguel , Esté , banez-de-Miguel, Elena , Hidalgo-Garcí , a, Cé , sar , Carrasco-Uribarren, Andoni , Cabanillas-Barea, Sara
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 649 - 658 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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    Abstract Objective The purpose of this study was to evaluate the immediate effects of upper cervical translatoric spinal mobilization (UC-TSM) on cervical mobility and pressure pain threshold in subjects with cervicogenic headache (CEH). Methods Eighty-two volunteers (41.54 ± 15.29 years, 20 male and 62 female) with CEH participated in the study and were randomly divided into the control and treatment groups. The treatment group received UC-TSM and the control group remained in the same position for the same time as the UC-TSM group, but received no treatment. Cervical mobility (active cervical mobility and flexion-rotation test), pressure pain thresholds over upper trapezius muscles, C2-3 zygapophyseal joints and suboccipital muscles, and current headache intensity (visual analog scale) were measured before and immediately after the intervention by 2 blinded investigators. Results After the intervention, UC-TSM group exhibited significant increases in total cervical mobility ( P = .002, d = 0.16) and the flexion–rotation test ( P d = 0.81-0.85). No significant difference in cervical pressure pain thresholds were observed between groups ( P > .05). Nevertheless, there was a significantly lower intensity of headache in the UC-TSM group ( P = .039, d = 0.57). Conclusions Upper cervical translatoric spinal mobilization intervention increased upper, and exhibited a tendency to improve general, cervical range of motion and induce immediate headache relief in subjects with CEH.

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  9. [해외논문]   Determining Predictive Outcome Factors for a Multimodal Treatment Program in Low Back Pain Patients: A Retrospective Cohort Study   SCIE

    Adnan, Rahmat (SPINE Research Unit Ghent, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium ) , Van Oosterwijck, Jessica (SPINE Research Unit Ghent, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium ) , Cagnie, Barbara (SPINE Research Unit Ghent, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium ) , Dhondt, Evy (SPINE Research Unit Ghent, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium ) , Schouppe, Stijn (SPINE Research Unit Ghent, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium ) , Van Akeleyen, Jens (Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, General Hospital St-Dimpna, Geel, Belgium ) , Logghe, Tine (Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, General Hospital St-Dimpna, Geel, Belgium ) , Danneels, Lieven (SPINE Re)
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 659 - 667 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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    Abstract Objective The purpose of this study was to determine the factors predictive of outcomes in a multifaceted rehabilitation program for acute and chronic low back pain (LBP) patients. Methods A retrospective cohort study was performed on 565 LBP patients (153 acute and 412 chronic) who participated in a multimodal treatment program at an outpatient clinic in Belgium between 2007 and 2010. The predictive value of several factors, including age, sex, body mass index, fat percentage, Oswestry Disability Index score, Beck Depression Index score, Numeric Pain Rating Scale score for back and leg pain intensity, and Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia score on favorable treatment outcomes was examined using logistic regression analysis. Results The results from the multivariate regression indicated that a higher score on the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia (odds ratio [OR] = 0.92) decreases the odds of a favorable outcome following a multimodal treatment program in acute LBP. Older age (OR = 0.97), low LBP intensity (OR = 1.191), and higher scores on the Beck Depression Index (OR = 0.96) and the Oswestry LBP Disability Index (OR = 0.93) decreased the odds of a favorable treatment outcome in chronic LBP. Conclusions The findings of this study indicate that factors predictive of a (un)favorable treatment outcome differ between acute and chronic LBP. Specifically, kinesiophobia is predictive of poor treatment outcome in acute LBP. In chronic LBP, older age, low LBP intensity, and higher degrees of depression and LBP-related disability are predictive of poor treatment outcome. Therapists should consider assessing these predictive factors at intake to tailor the content of the multimodal treatment program to individual patient needs.

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  10. [해외논문]   Functional Limitations in Adults Who Utilize Chiropractic or Osteopathic Manipulation in the United States: Analysis of the 2012 National Health Interview Survey   SCIE

    Forte, Mary L. (Corresponding author: Mary L. Forte, PhD, DC, Wolfe-Harris Center for Clinical Studies, Northwestern Health Sciences University, 2501 West 84th Street, Room 122, Bloomington, MN 55431. Tel.: +1 952 888 4777, ext 144.) , Maiers, Michele
    Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics v.40 no.9 ,pp. 668 - 675 , 2017 , 0161-4754 ,

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    Abstract Objectives The goals of this study were to identify self-reported differences in function, comorbidities, and medical service utilization among adults who reported using chiropractic and/or osteopathic manipulation in the 2012 National Health Interview Survey, and to compare these between older and younger adults. Methods We conducted a descriptive study of adults aged 18 or older who were included in the 2012 National Health Interview Survey and the Alternative Medicine Questionnaire. We included those who reported using chiropractic and/or osteopathic manipulation in the past 12 months. Responses were analyzed using SAS software. Weighted estimates were reported as percentages of chiropractic/osteopathic users overall and by age group ( Results Among the 8.5% of US adults who reported receiving manipulation, 97.6% saw chiropractors. Most adults were under age 65 (83.7%), female (56.6%), and white (85.1%). Except for sitting tolerance, functional limitations were significantly higher among older manipulation users compared with younger manipulation users (all P Conclusions Notable differences exist in functional limitations and comorbidities between older and younger chiropractic and osteopathic manipulation users. This information could inform clinical practice, education, and policy.

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