Spinal and neurodynamic mobilisation for radiculopathy

Does the addition of neurodynamic sliders to spinal mobilisation improve outcomes in lumbar radiculopathy?

Lumbar radiculopathy involves compromise of a lumbar nerve root resulting in sensory and/or motor deficits; it also can be associated with pain.

This study found that the addition of ‘Spinal Mobilisation with Leg Movement’ (SMWLM) to an exercise and electrotherapy program resulted in greater outcomes for people with lumbar radiculopathy.

 
 

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