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Use of post-isometric relaxation in the chiropractic management of a 55-year-old man with cervical radiculopathy

This case report chronicles the successful management of a 55-year-old patient diagnosed with cervical radiculopathy using spinal manipulative therapy and cervical paraspinal post-isometric relaxation stretches. (JCCA 2012; 56(1):9–17) Key Words: cervical radiculopathy, post-isometric relaxation, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, chiropractic Le présent exposé de cas suit la gestion réussie d’un patient de 55 ans chez qui l’on

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Conservative care of De Quervain’s tenosynovitis/tendinopathy in a warehouse worker and recreational cyclist: a case report

Objective: This case study was conducted to evaluate the conservative management of a patient presenting with right sided wrist and thumb pain diagnosed as De Quervain’s tenosynovitis/tendinopathy. Clinical features: A 49-year-old female warehouse worker and recreational cyclist with right-sided De Quervain’s tenosynovitis/tendinopathy that began after a long-distance cycling trip. Intervention and outcome: Treatment included ultrasound,

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Conservative management of De Quervain’s stenosing tenosynovitis: a case report

Objective: To chronicle the conservative treatment and management of a 32-year old female patient presenting with radial wrist pain of 4 months duration, diagnosed as De Quervain’s stenosing tenosynovitis. Clinical features: The primary clinical feature is wrist pain at the radial styloid with resultant impairment of wrist, hand, and thumb function. Intervention and outcome: The

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Pregnancy-related symphysis pubis dysfunction management and postpartum rehabilitation: two case reports

Objective: Two case reports review the chiropractic treatment and rehabilitation management of Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD). Clinical features: Patient 1: a 35-year-old female presented at 30 weeks pregnant with severe left sided Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction and low back pain. Patient 2: a 33-year-old female also 30 weeks pregnant, presented with right sided Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

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Multiple Myeloma presenting as sacroiliac joint pain: a case report

Multiple Myeloma (MM) is the most common primary cancer of bone in adults. The clinical presentation of MM is varied and depends on the sites and extent of involvement. Most importantly for chiropractors, the leading clinical symptoms of MM are related to bone neoplasm and may mimic pain of musculoskeletal origin. The following is the

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