Alleviation of Radiculopathy-Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine CBP® NP#45, 2-Way Cervical Kinematics Trial CBP® NP#46

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Alleviation of Radiculopathy-Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine CBP® NP#45 We present a case of the restoration of upper limb radiculopathy with neck pain in a patient with a prominent lateral head translation posture treated by Berry translation traction as a part of Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP®) technique. Correcting the lateral head shift posture by by CBP Technique methods decreased the spinal nerve tension in the pons-cord tissue tract, releasing its intermittent impingement and subsequent arm numbness and hand weakness in this patient.

2-Way Cervical Kinematics Trial CBP® NP#46 Mobility of the cervical spine (neck) is very important for function, and abnormalities of motion can lead to increased rates of spine degeneration changes and neck pain. This study from Chiropractic BioPhysics and Cairo University examines the relationship between cervical lordosis (neck curvature) in cervical spondylotic radiculopathy (CSR) -and improvement of cervical spine flexion and extension end range of motion kinematics in a population suffering from CSR. Improved lordosis in the study group was associated with significant improvement in the translational and rotational motions of the lower cervical spine. This finding provides objective evidence that cervical flexion/extension is partially dependent on the posture and sagittal curve orientation.

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Deed Harrison, DC Deed Harrison, DC

Deed E. Harrison, D.C., graduated from Life-West Chiropractic College in 1996. Dr. Harrison has developed and researched original spinal rehabilitation procedures and has lectured to thousands of Chiropractors in over 700 educational conferences around the world. He has authored approximately 160 peer-reviewed spine related publications, 7 spine textbooks, and numerous conference proceedings. He is a highly respected chiropractic researcher, educator, and authority in today’s profession. Dr. Harrison is / has been a manuscript reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed Spine journals including: Spine, Clinical Biomechanics, Clinical Anatomy, Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the European Spine Journal, BMC Complimentary Alternative Medicine, and BMC Musculo-Skeletal Disorders. Dr. Harrison is a past member to the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine (ISSLS), is a former International Chiropractors Association’s (ICA) Nevada State Assembly Representative member; and is the acting Chair of the PCCRP Chiropractic Radiography Guidelines. He formerly held a position on the Chiropractic Physicians Board of Nevada and is a life time member of the ICA. Currently, Dr. Harrison is the President / CEO of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) Technique & Seminars, is the President of CBP NonProfit, Inc. – a spinal research foundation, and is the Clinical Director of the Ideal Spine Health Center in Eagle, ID, USA.

Alleviation of Radiculopathy-Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine CBP® NP#45, 2-Way Cervical Kinematics Trial CBP® NP#46