Spinal Manipulation & Stroke 102: Research Updates / 1 Credit
Course Reviews Included:
- Risk-Benefit Assessment Strategy to Exclude Cervical Artery Dissection in Spinal Manipulative Therapy
- Risk of Carotid Stroke after Chiropractic Care: Population-Based Case-Crossover Study
- Cervical Arterial Dissection in Manipulative Therapy Practice
- Chiropractic Care & Cervical Artery Dissection: No Evidence for Causation
- Diagnosis of Acute Vestibular Syndrome
- Summarize our current state of knowledge pertaining to screening patients for potential cervical artery dissection before providing cervical spinal manipulation.
- Investigate the association between chiropractic care and carotid artery-related stroke and compare that to the association with primary care exposures.
- Describe cervical artery dissection and how it impacts the practice of cervical spinal manipulation.
- Cite the strength of evidence about whether chiropractic neck manipulation causes cervical artery dissection based on a systematic review, meta-analysis, and evaluation of the body of evidence as a whole.
- Outline the bedside diagnosis and management of an acute vestibular syndrome, with the suspicion for stroke.