INSPIRE Publications
INSPIRE Foundation™ Supported Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications

Increased multiaxial lumbar motion responses during multiple-impulse mechanical force manually assisted spinal manipulation.

  • Keller Tony S ,
  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • Moore Robert J ,
  • Gunzburg Robert ,
  • Harrison Deed E ,

Chiropractic & osteopathy 2006 ; 14 ( ): 6

Spinal manipulation force and duration affect vertebral movement and neuromuscular responses.

  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • Keller Tony S ,
  • Harrison Deed E ,
  • Moore Robert J ,
  • Gunzburg Robert ,
  • Harrison Donald D ,

Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon) 2006 ; 21 ( 3 ): 254-62

Radiographic pseudoscoliosis in healthy male subjects following voluntary lateral translation (side glide) of the thoracic spine.

  • Harrison Deed E ,
  • Betz Joseph W ,
  • Cailliet Rene ,
  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • Harrison Donald D ,
  • Haas Jason W ,
  • Janik Tadeusz J ,

Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 2006 ; 87 ( 1 ): 117-22

The biomechanical and clinical significance of the lumbar erector spinae flexion-relaxation phenomenon: a review of literature.

  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • Hinrichs Richard N ,

Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 2005 ; 28 ( 8 ): 623-31

A randomized clinical trial of manual versus mechanical force manipulation in the treatment of sacroiliac joint syndrome.

  • Shearar Kirstin A ,
  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • White Horace L ,

Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 2005 ; 28 ( 7 ): 493-501

Comparison of mechanical force of manually assisted chiropractic adjusting instruments.

  • Colloca Christopher J ,
  • Keller Tony S ,
  • Black Pierre ,
  • Normand Martin C ,
  • Harrison Deed E ,
  • Harrison Donald D ,

Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics ; 28 ( 6 ): 414-22

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