[STUDY] Symptoms patients receiving manual therapy experienced and perceived as adverse: a secondary analysis of a survey of patients’ perceptions of what constitutes an adverse response
December 12, 2021 By Staff
Background: Previous qualitative studies demonstrated that the process by which patients determined whether a response to manual therapy is adverse is very complex. However, it remains unknown which responses to manual therapy patients perceived as adverse.
Conclusion: Findings indicate that communication regarding post-treatment symptoms between clinicians and patients is important and can potentially influence patients’ perception of post-treatment symptoms.
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