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Neural mobilisation techniques. An advanced technique to treat “trapped” or “pinched” nerves (in neck or low back); Part of our treatment for disc problems of the. Efficacy of Neural Mobilisation in Sciatica. Sarkari1, E. and Multani2, N.K.. 1Lecturer M.M.I.P.R. Mullana (Ambala),. 2Prof. & Head, Department of Physiotherapy. Neural mobilization is a treatment modality used in relation to pathologies of the nervous system. It has been suggested that neural mobilization is an effective  ‎Abstract · ‎Methods · ‎Results · ‎Discussion.


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The PEDro scale, a systematic tool used to critique RCTs and grade methodological quality, neural mobilisation used to assess these trials.

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The titles and abstracts of the papers identified were reviewed to select papers specifically detailing neural mobilization as a treatment modality.

Such a comparison may give clues as to whether neural mobilization is more likely to impose a mechanical effect or a neural mobilisation effect on the nervous system.

Conclusion Neural mobilization is advocated for treatment of neurodynamic dysfunction. To date, the primary justification for using neural mobilization has been based on a few clinical trials and primarily anecdotal evidence.

Following a systematic review neural mobilisation the neural mobilisation examining the therapeutic efficacy of neural mobilisation, 10 RCTs discussed in 11 studies were retrieved.

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neural mobilisation A majority of these studies concluded a positive therapeutic benefit from using neural mobilization. However, in consideration of their methodological quality, qualitative analysis of these studies revealed that there is only limited evidence to support the use of neural mobilization.

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Future research needs to examine more homogeneous neural mobilisation with regard to design, pathology, and interventionand we suggest that they combine clinical outcome measures with in-vivo objective assessment of neural movement. The Sensitive Nervous System.

Clinical applications of neurodynamics. Moving in on Pain.

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We found neural mobilisation 10 RCTs met the inclusion criteria for this systematic review. Unfortunately, all studies were clinically heterogeneous in that each looked at a number of different pathologies and different types of neural mobilization.

This made quantitative analysis of therapeutic neural mobilisation impossible.

As Reid and Rivett 21 have stated, direct quantitative comparison, within the realms of systematic review, is very difficult when pathologies, interventions, and outcome measures are heterogeneous.

For example, even for this review there were a number of studies that looked at neural mobilization in treatment for lateral neural mobilisation 2932carpal tunnel syndrome 24263031and neural mobilisation pain 825 The specific neural mobilization intervention differed between studies, making, in these cases, the treatments too heterogeneous for statistical pooling.

With respect to the clinical implications of these findings, it is interesting to note that generally all the RCTs that looked at neural mobilization for upper quadrant i.

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This is in direct contrast to studies that examined neural mobilization for lower quadrant i. From a neural mobilisation specific pathological perspective, for neural mobilization of cervical nerve roots, three papers supported the use of cervical contralateral glide mobilization.

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For neural mobilization of the median nerve in people with carpal tunnel syndrome, three papers supported the neural mobilisation of active nerve and flexor tendon gliding exercises of the forearm 2426 The Sensitive Nervous System.

Clinical applications of neurodynamics. Moving neural mobilisation on Pain.



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