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Volume:10 Issue:1 Number:23 ISSN#:2563-5476
Meta-analysis
ACE Report #12970
Ace Report Cover Physical Therapy & Rehab

Spinal Mobilization & Manipulation Reduces Systolic BP in Patients with Spinal Pain & Hypertension


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OrthoEvidence. Spinal Mobilization & Manipulation Reduces Systolic BP in Patients with Spinal Pain & Hypertension . ACE Report. 2021;10(1):23. Available from: https://myorthoevidene.com/AceReport/Report/12970

Study Type:Therapy
OE Level Evidence:1
Journal Level of Evidence:1

A systematic review and meta-analysis on effect of spinal mobilization and manipulation on cardiovascular responses

Hong Kong Physiother J. 2020 Dec; 40(2): 75–87.

Contributing Authors: C Gera M Malik J Kaur M Saini

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Synopsis

Eleven studies were included in this meta-analysis assessing the effect of spinal mobilization and manipulation interventions vs control on cardiovascular parameters in healthy patients and patients with spinal conditions or hypertension. The pooled outcomes of interest included systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as well as heart rate. Moreover, subgroup analyses were performed for healthy pat...

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