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Chiropractic Treatment - Stretching

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Shoulder kinematic features using arm elevation and rotation tests for classifyi...

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Shoulder kinematic features using arm elevation and rotation tests for classifying patients with frozen shoulder syndrome who respond to physical therapy. October 2007 Yang JL, Chang CW, Chen SY, READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17913564...

Effect of static stretching of muscles surrounding the knee on knee joint positi...

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Effect of static stretching of muscles surrounding the knee on knee joint position sense. October 2007 Ghaffarinejad F, Taghizadeh S, Mohammadi F. PubMed BACKGROUND: Muscle stretching is widel READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17510229...

Acute effects of dynamic stretching exercise on power output during concentric d...

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Acute effects of dynamic stretching exercise on power output during concentric dynamic constant external resistance leg extension. November 2007 Yamaguchi T, Ishii K, Yamanaka M, Yasuda K. PubMed READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18076260...

Effect of active recovery on acute strength deficits induced by passive stretchi...

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Effect of active recovery on acute strength deficits induced by passive stretching. November 2007 Viale F, Nana-Ibrahim S, Martin RJ. PubMed We herein examined whether immediate muscular activ READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18076263...

Muscle strain on the radial wrist extensors during motion-simulating stretching ...

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Muscle strain on the radial wrist extensors during motion-simulating stretching exercises for lateral epicondylitis: a cadaveric study. November-December 2007 Takasaki H, Aoki M, Muraki T, Uchiyam READ MORE
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17936026...

Ankle Sprain Stretching Exercises

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Ankle Sprain Stretching Exercises American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society The following stretching exercises should be performed in stages once the initial pain and swelling have receded, usua READ MORE
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Achilles Tendonitis Rehabilitation Exercises

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Achilles Tendonitis Rehabilitation Exercises Last modified: 2002-09-16 Last reviewed: 2004-09-04 Written by Tammy White, M.S., P.T., for McKesson Provider Technologies. U-M Health System READ MORE
http://www.med.umich.edu/1libr/sma/sma_achilles_rex.htm

Stretching for Health

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Stretching for Health Kelly Chiropractic Four Tips for Stretching: 1. The first thing to remember when starting a stretching program is that the goal is to increase flexibility and functioni READ MORE
http://www.kellychiropractic.com/stretch.html

Stretching Across the Finish Line

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Stretching Across the Finish Line Spring 2003 By Darren D. Edelist, MD, CCFP Dragon Boat World Athlete's Care Maximum performance in any sport can be achieved with a training program that READ MORE
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Flexibility Exercises and the Rehabilitation Program

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Flexibility Exercises and the Rehabilitation Program April 7, 2003 by Kim Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, CSCS Dynamic Chiropractic Flexibility training programs help facilitate rehabilitation, READ MORE
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Effect on hamstring flexibility of hamstring stretching compared to hamstring st...

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Effect on hamstring flexibility of hamstring stretching compared to hamstring stretching and sacroiliac joint manipulation Received 21 June 2005; accepted 9 January 2006. Available online 7 Febru READ MORE
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Stretching Techniques to Increase Flexibility

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Stretching Techniques to Increase Flexibility May 8, 2006 Kim D. Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, CSCS Dynamic Chiropractic Traditional static stretching exercises are no longer considered the be READ MORE
http://www.chiroweb.com/archives/24/10/07.html
Stretching: Stretching refers to the exercises that are recommended by chiropractors to help with recovery or pain management. Limber muscles, tendons, and ligaments help keep joints in alignment and prevent conditions such as sprains, strains, lower back pain, neck pain, dislocated joints and posture problems. Stretching is also used to help with pain management and mobility in arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
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