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An investigation of the interrelationship between manipulative therapy-induced hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation.

An investigation of the interrelationship between manipulative therapy-induced hypoalgesia and... To investigate a proposed model in which manipulative therapy produces a treatment-specific initial hypoalgesic and sympathoexcitatory effect by activating a descending pain inhibitory system. The a priori hypothesis tested was that manipulative therapy produces mechanical hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation beyond that produced by placebo or control. Furthermore, these effects would be correlated, thus supporting the proposed model. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics Pubmed

An investigation of the interrelationship between manipulative therapy-induced hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation.

Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics , Volume 21 (7): 6 – Dec 16, 1998

An investigation of the interrelationship between manipulative therapy-induced hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation.


Abstract

To investigate a proposed model in which manipulative therapy produces a treatment-specific initial hypoalgesic and sympathoexcitatory effect by activating a descending pain inhibitory system. The a priori hypothesis tested was that manipulative therapy produces mechanical hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation beyond that produced by placebo or control. Furthermore, these effects would be correlated, thus supporting the proposed model.

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ISSN
0161-4754
pmid
9777544

Abstract

To investigate a proposed model in which manipulative therapy produces a treatment-specific initial hypoalgesic and sympathoexcitatory effect by activating a descending pain inhibitory system. The a priori hypothesis tested was that manipulative therapy produces mechanical hypoalgesia and sympathoexcitation beyond that produced by placebo or control. Furthermore, these effects would be correlated, thus supporting the proposed model.

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Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeuticsPubmed

Published: Dec 16, 1998

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