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Does a light pressure instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization technique modulate tactile discrimination and perceived pain in healthy individuals with DOMS?

April 25, 2019

This investigation measured the effects of a light pressure instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) technique on tactile discrimination and pain perception in individuals after strenuous exercise. Twenty-three subjects underwent three different testing sessions: baseline measures and exercise, 24-hours (post) treatment and measures, and 48-hours (post) treatment and measures. Outcomes included two-point discrimination (TPD) and

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Use of spinal manipulation in a rheumatoid patient presenting with acute thoracic pain: a case report

June 16, 2015

Background: There is limited research related to spinal manipulation of uncomplicated thoracic spine pain and even less when pain is associated with comorbid conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. In the absence of trial evidence, clinical experience and appropriate selection of the type of intervention is important to informing the appropriate management of these cases. Case

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