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Objectives: To retrospectively review the management of patients with lateral epicondylalgia, and to compare self-reported outcomes to assess the potential benefit of manual physical therapy to the cervical ... Conclusions: The results of this retrospective review suggest that most patients had successful outcomes regardless of the inclusion of manual therapy interventions to the cervical spine. ... dysfunction.”**’ The decision to use manual physical therapy to the cervical spine was based solely on clinician percep- tion of the presence of cervical spine dysfunction upon physical examination. ...doi:10.2519/jospt.2004.34.11.713 pmid:15609491 fatcat:smytnlb5d5bnjprapz44vf5hly
Method: An online survey was distributed electronically to each fellowship program credentialed by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and recognized by the Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical ... Discussion: The data indicate a lack of uniformity between credentialed fellowship programs in orthopedic manual physical therapy with respect to the extent to which programs expose trainees to evaluation ... The data suggest that manual physical therapy fellowship education exposure for TMD is significantly lower than that for cervical spine conditions and that fellowship trained orthopedic manual physical ...doi:10.1179/2042618614y.0000000087 pmid:26674266 pmcid:PMC4459144 fatcat:mxnnx5yekzgk7hcoty4rxnjo2e