Investigation of the Effects of a Centrally Applied Lumbar Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide Mobilization on Lower Limb Sympathetic Nervous System Activity in Asymptomatic Subjects
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics,

Moutzouri M et al. – The results of this study showed that, in asymptomatic participants, both lumbar sustained natural apophyseal glide and sham techniques performed on L4/5 intervertebral joint with active flexion induced a sympathoexcitatory response in lower limbs compared with the control group.

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