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ID 23904
  Title Reproducibility of the kinematics in rotational high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust of the upper cervical spine: A cadaveric study
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25467611
Journal J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2015 Jan;38(1):51-58
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Objective: This study aimed to investigate the reproducibility of the kinematics in rotational high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) thrust of the upper cervical spine.

Methods: Twenty fresh human cervical specimens were studied in a test-retest situation with 2 manual therapists. Kinematics of C1-C2 and C0-C1 were examined during segmental rotational HVLA manipulation through an ultrasound-based tracking system. The thrust moment was analyzed by 3-dimensional aspects: the range of motion of axial rotation, flexion-extension, lateral banding, and the cross-correlation between the axial rotation and the coupled lateral banding components.

Results: During rotational HVLA thrust on C1-C2, the main axial rotation demonstrates an intraexaminer relationship varying from almost perfect to fair (intraclass correlation coefficient =0.71; intraclass correlation coefficient = 0.35) and a substantial interexaminer correlation of 0.73.

Conclusions: This study showed substantial levels of reliability for the main axial rotation component of segmental manual rotational HVLA thrust on C1-C2. Intra- and interrater reliability for flexion-extension, lateral bending, and cross-correlation was low.

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