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Adverse events following cervical manual physical therapy techniques No clinically relevant significant differences were established. A systematic literature review has been performed to identify the effect of neck and head positions on cervical blood flow. The findings suggest that neck positions do not alter blood flow as much as previously expected. Finally, treatments and adverse events were nationally inventoried for 12 months. The incidence of major adverse events in The Netherlands is estimated at 1:2,869,020 cervical manipulations. #science #chiropractor #chiropractic #research #education #evidence based #patient centered #interprofessional #collaborative #rehabilitation #public health #spinal health #musculoskeletal health #ethics #pain #function #disability #QOL #knowledgetranslation

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