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Conservative management is recommended for peroneal tendon strains, but surgical treatment is increasingly recommended for subluxation or dislocation, especially if the problem is recurrent.
The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings suggest that the alar ligament injury is the most important cause for atlantoaxial subluxation (11,14).
Early treatment of arytenoid subluxation includes direct laryngoscopy and closed reduction of the subluxated arytenoid with the patient under general anaesthesia or under local anaesthesia with intravenous sedation.
The AVCA defines a chiropractic adjustment as "a short-lever, high-velocity controlled thrust by hand or instrument that is directed at specific articulations to correct vertebral subluxations.
Extreme rotation of the longitudinal axis may produce ligament torsion, rotary subluxation, spiral loosening and atlasaxis dislocation.
Subluxation of the glenohumeral joint is a well-recognised and frequent complication experienced by people with hemiplegia.
The chiropractic theory of vertebral subluxation and spinal manipulative adjustments .
That's where subluxation comes in, Henderson explained.
causing] impingement, a pressure on nerves" has evolved today into the vertebral subluxation complex (VSC), a multi-component clinical phenomenon that can be located through spinal analysis and adjusted (corrected) using chiropractic clinical protocols.
If handled improperly, subluxation can result in pain and puts the shoulder at risk for additional trauma, such as nerve or tendon impingements.
Within the profession, there are the "straights," or old-line practitioners whose theoretical base is subluxation and who may prescribe frequent X-rays and perform manipulations.