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Tensioner's Mobilization on the Centralization of Symptoms in Cervicobrachial Pain Syndrome

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April 2022

Tensioner's Mobilization on the Centralization of Symptoms in Cervicobrachial Pain Syndrome

Vol: 225| Issue: 3| Number:1| ISSN#: 2564-2537
Study Type:Therapy
OE Level Evidence:1
Journal Level of Evidence:1

Influence of Tensioner's Mobilization on the Centralization of Symptoms in Cervicobrachial Pain Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Asian Spine J. 2022 01-Feb;():. 10.31616/asj.2020.0109

Contributing Authors:
K Sudhakar SA Khan A Saraswat M Makhija

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Synopsis

Thirty patients with cervicobrachial pain syndrome were randomized to receive 3 sessions per week for 2 weeks of neural mobilization by tensioner's technique plus conventional treatment (hot pack, postural advice with cervical lateral glide) (n=15) or conventional treatment alone (n=15). Outcomes of interest included the Wernicke's scale for centralization of pain, and pain on a Visual Analog Scal...

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