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Acute Effects on TH4 Thoracic Spine Mobilisation Techniques on the Sympathetic Nervous System - a Cross-Over Feasibility Study

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Up to date∗empiric evidence about effects of thoracic spine mobilisation (TH4) on the sympathetic nervous system is lacking. The primary goal of this feasibility study was to determine adherence rate∗side effects and the protocol as well as the implementation of the study design. The secondary goal was to analyse and interpret acute effects on the sympathetic nervous system after thoracic mobilisation in anterior thrust and posterior thrust on six healthy participants on two following days. The feasibility of this study was adequate. The spine mobilisations did not produce any adverse effects. The anterior thrust spine mobilisations showed a tendency in reducing the heart rate activity.

Tijdschrift: Praxis
ISSN: 1661-8157
Issue: 21
Volume: 107
Pagina's: 1139-1146
Aantal pagina's: 8
Jaar van publicatie:2018
Trefwoorden:Blood Pressure, Heart Frequency, Heart Rate Variability, Pilot Study, Thoracic Spinal Mobilisation