Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 16764
Title Referred posterior thoracic pain of cervical posterior rami origin: A cause of much misdirected treatment
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Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2002 Jun;32(2):42-51
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Abstract/Notes Posterior thoracic pain of cervical origin (cervicogenic dorsalgia) is a common syndrome that often results in prolonged, misdirected and ineffectual treatment to the area of referred pain. Simple examination methods can diagnose this syndrome, and the diagnosis is confirmed when, following spinal manipulation therapy of the cervical spine, the thoracic pain is relieved.

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