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Thoracic Spine Manipulation results in superior clinical benefits that persist beyond the 1-month follow-up period for patients with acute neck pain – Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Jan. 2009

Specific exercises used in conjunction with Spinal Manipulation is effective for the relief of pain and improved function when treating mechanical neck disorders with or without headaches – Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, July 2005

Treatment implementing both Spinal Manipulation and neck/upper back exercises is beneficial for the relief of persistent neck pain with or without a headache – Spine Journal, July 2004

Spinal Manipulation improves ranges of motion of the neck – JMPT, Nov 2001

Spinal Manipulation is effective for the treatment of acute spinal pain – Family Practice, July 2003

Spinal Manipulation can improve efficiency, strength, and coordination of the neck muscle and can alleviate fatigue of neck muscles in patients with cervical spondylosis – China Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Jan 2012

Cervical Spine Manipulation may alter cortical somatosensory processing and sensorimotor integration. These findings may help to elucidate the mechanisms responsible for the effective relief of pain and restoration of functional ability documented following Spinal Manipulation treatment – Clinical Neurophysiology, Feb 2007

Thoracic manipulation/mobilization is effective for the treatment of acute and subacute neck pain – Journal of Chiropractic and Osteopathy, Feb 2010

Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation helps to reduce neck pain and has a relaxing effect on the autonomic nervous system – Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Nov-Dec 2011

For people with acute and subacute neck pain, Spinal Manipulation was more effective than medication in both the short and long term – Annals of Internal Medicine, Jan 2012

Cervical Spine Manipulation and mobilization provides at least short-term benefits for people with neck pain and headaches – Spine Journal, Aug 1996

Spinal Manipulation was shown to be effective at relieving chronic neck pain at 6, 12, and up to 104 weeks after the completion of care – JMPT, Mar-Apr 2007

After studying 88 unique Randomized Controlled Trials, we noted strong evidence of benefit for maintained pain reduction, improvement in function, and positive global perceived effect favoring exercise plus Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation versus control for subacute and chronic mechanical neck disorders – The Journal of Rheumatology, May 2007

Our best evidence synthesis suggests that therapies involving manual therapy and exercise are more effective than alternative strategies for patients with neck pain – Spine Journal, Feb 2008

There exists consistent evidence in support of mobilization as an effective noninvasive intervention for acute Whiplash Associated Disorder – Pain Research & Management, Spring 2005

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