Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 26429
  Title Sitting disc technique and the relationship to the straight leg raise: A retrospective case series of thirty patients [case report]
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2020 ;1(2):1-5
Peer Review No
Publication Type Case Report

Abstract: The SLR [straight leg raise] appeared to be a helpful method to monitor the functional improvement of the lumbar spine after successful Sitting Disc Technique [SDT]  adjustments. The SLR also appeared to parallel symptomatic changes that accompanied lumbar spine improvement following the SDT applications.

Author keywords: Subluxation - Lumbar spine - Sitting disc technique - Lasègue - Chiropractic.

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