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Tibialis anterior herniation – a rare clinical entity: a case report and review of the literature

May 14, 2020

Objectives: To present a case of a tibialis anterior muscle herniation in a soccer player. Clinical features: A 28-year-old male soccer player presented with a trauma-induced injury to his right anterior shin. After assessment and due to his clinical signs and symptoms, a high suspicion of tibialis anterior muscle herniation was suspected. Intervention and outcomes:

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Potential publication bias in chiropractic and spinal manipulation research listed on clinicaltrials.gov

May 14, 2020

Introduction: Clinical trial registries are used to help improve transparency in trial reporting. Our study aimed to identify potential publication bias in chiropractic and spinal manipulation research by assessing data drawn from published studies listed in clinincaltrials.gov. Methods: We searched the clinicaltrials.gov registry database for completed trials tagged with the key indexing terms chiropractic or

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Superficial venous thrombosis of the upper limb presenting to a chiropractic clinic: a case report

May 14, 2020

Objective: To present the clinical case of a patient with an upper extremity superficial venous thrombosis (SVT), and to highlight the importance for clinicians working in musculoskeletal care settings, to considered nonmusculoskeletal causes for their patients’ presentations. Clinical Features: A 31-year-old male presented to an academic chiropractic clinic with progressive left sided tension over the

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Health-related quality of life and balance confidence among participants in a senior community-based exercise (SWIFT) program compared to age matched controls: a crosssectional study

May 14, 2020

Background: Staying Well, Independent and Fit Together (SWIFT), a seniors’ exercise program, aims to promote health, strength, mobility and community engagement. We compared quality of life and balance confidence in SWIFT participants and non-participants, aged 60 years and older. Methods: Cross-sectional study comparing participants and non-participants in SWIFT program using Older People’s Quality of Life

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Clinical management of benign joint hypermobility syndrome: a case series

May 14, 2020

Background: Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (BJHS) is a relatively prevalent condition of the spectrum of heritable connective tissue disorders, with musculoskeletal, visceral and psychological manifestations. The conservative management of the musculoskeletal symptomatology must be modified for optimal effectiveness and minimal sequelae. Purpose: To provide an overview of the presentation, assessment, chiropractic management, and outcomes of

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