This paper illustrates the role cervical spine dysfunction  plays as an important aetiological factor in the clinical presentation  of various pain syndromes and the application of spinal manipulative  therapy as a therapeutic procedure. Specific manipulative skills and  application of these skills to help reduce the possibility of  post-manipulative cerebrovascular complications are presented.

Eur J Chiropr.  1991: 39: 45-52.

Author information: Byfield D.  Anglo-European College of  Chiropractic, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK.

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