Defining and characterizing manipulation
can be an exceedingly difficult task: the term manipulation
has traditionally been used "imprecisely and indiscriminately.
Alternatively, first-brood offspring can resist manipulation
can be detected by the same software used to create it.
If these selection criteria were to be applied to patients in the physiotherapy clinic, it would not eliminate cervical spine manipulation
from use but would certainly focus the population it was practised on.
The theoretical rationale for the manipulation
was to influence the nerve root that goes to the weak muscle group by delivery of a high velocity, low amplitude thrust to the appropriate area.
Use of external laryngeal manipulation
to facilitate laryngoscopy.
(also known as gaming): exploiting loopholes in the rules of the performance management system.
The prosecutors are also aiming to build a case against the midsize securities firm itself, suspecting that company executives systematically organized the alleged illegal stock manipulation
Historically, screening procedures used in an attempt to identify patients at risk for an adverse event with the use of cervical manipulation
have been widely advocated, accepted as standard of care, and routinely used in clinical practice.
The rest of time is spending by manipulation
, transport and storage.
OVER 500 cases could hang in the balance, after an investigation into alleged manipulation
of forensic evidence at a laboratory used by Merseyside Police.
Purpose * The purpose of this study was to determine the frequency of patients seen at a single institution who were diagnosed with a cervical vessel dissection related to chiropractic neck manipulation