Spinal Manipulative Therapy
A combination of self-care education, aerobic and strength-training exercise, and spinal manipulation therapy may provide greater pain relief and improved treatment satisfaction compared with exercise only in adolescents with low back pain.
Spinal manipulative therapy may be associated with greater reductions in cervicogenic headache days compared with light massage.
Spinal manipulative therapy is associated with moderate improvements in pain and function in patients with acute low back pain.
Better outcomes with spinal manipulative therapy + home exercise and advice (HEA) than supervised rehabilitative exercise + HEA for older adults with chronic mechanical neck pain.
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