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The acute response of the nucleus pulposus of the cervical intervertebral disc to three supine postures in an asymptomatic population.

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Summary of "The acute response of the nucleus pulposus of the cervical intervertebral disc to three supine postures in an asymptomatic population."

The dynamic disc model refers to the ability of a spinal disc's position to be manipulated by body postures and movements. Research on lumbar discs has indicated movement of the anterior and posterior disc that correlates with posture of the spine. The aim of this study was to assess whether, despite its structural differences, the cervical disc responds to flexed and extended postures in a similar fashion to the lumbar disc.

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Name: Musculoskeletal science & practice
ISSN: 2468-7812
Pages: 102038

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