Neck Flexion and Osteoligamentous Injury.

Published July 4, 2016

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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