Neck Flexion and Osteoligamentous Injury.

Published December 21, 2020

Here is a study Professionally Integrated wants you to be familiar with. This study shows how head and neck position and/or direction of the impact, will increase the possibility of injury to the cervical spine. I feel this is important to know because in a trauma, like a car crash, knowing our patients head postilion is more clinically relevant than damage to the car, as many insurance companies will argue. Here is how the authors conducted the experiment. ": We conducted a cross-sectional study, with 25 males, 20–30 years old, performing maximum voluntary contractions, with ballistic intent, along . . .

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