Leg length inequality: Motion analysis of bilateral joint manipulation on gait parameters
Pilot study of the impact that bilateral sacroiliac joint manipulation using a drop table technique has on gait parameters in asymptomatic individuals with a leg length inequalityJ Can Chiropr Assoc. 2014 Mar;58(1):85-95
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21 asymptomatic student volunteers with leg length inequality (LLI) were randomized to receive either bilateral sacroiliac (SI) joint chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) or no CMT. This study aimed to pilot an experimental design using advanced motion analysis technology to determine effect of treatment on gait parameters and determine sample size for future studies. Advanced motion analysis t...
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