Testing Cervical Spine Stability

  Testing Cervical Spine Stability In a previous post, “When are C-Spine Radiographs Needed?” we discussed the importance of fracture screening for the cervical spine.  This is an essential step prior to performing any cervical spine clinical tests.  Then, assessing cervical spine stability must be determined prior to embarking on any manual techniques and/or therapeutic …

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When are Knee Radiographs Recommended?

  When are Knee Radiographs Recommended? When evaluating injuries to the knee it is usually helpful to know something about the mechanism of injury, the environment, and the footwear.  The timing/location of the pain and the timing/magnitude of the swelling can yield valuable information about the injury.  We know that some structures are highly vascularized …

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