Volunteers with neck pain and dizziness needed for study
RESEARCHERS are looking to recruit volunteers with neck pain and dizziness to take part in a pioneering study.
Plymouth University and Plymouth Chiropractic Clinic have teamed up to investigate the clinical benefits of manipulating the upper spine.
Research assistant Sally Cinnamond said: "There is currently little information in this area, but such knowledge is extremely important in clinical assessment and treatment in people with cervicogenic dizziness."
The study is looking for 50 volunteers aged 18 to 55 to participate in the study. It will involve a series of chiropractic treatments of the cervical spine over three weeks. Before the first and final chiropractic treatment various non-invasive measurements will be taken to assess vertebral artery blood flow, dizziness and balance. All treatments and measurements will be undertaken at The Plymouth Chiropractic Clinic in Hartley and will be free of charge. The research project is being conducted by Plymouth University lecturers in physiotherapy Dr Gary Shum and Dr Alan Hough, Plymouth University research assistant Sally Cinnamond, and Dr Wayne Whittingham of Plymouth Chiropractic Centre.
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