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Jordan Bettleyon and Thomas W. Kaminski

– 438 . PubMed ID: 28319422 10.4085/1062-6050-52.2.09 11. Starkey C . Therapeutic Modalities . 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA : F.A. Davis Company ; 2013 .

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Alyssa C. Adams, Kelly B. Fleming, and Patricia M. Tripp

. Restrictions were placed on stretching and flexibility by the healthcare team because the patient reported luxation sensation during end range activities. The patient received a cortisone shot, which was ineffective to eliminating pain. The patient managed pain with therapeutic modalities (e

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Blaine C. Long

trigger points. ▸ Pressure pain threshold is not influenced by multiple EPS treatments. In clinical practice, therapeutic modalities are applied prior to therapeutic rehabilitation to help minimize pain. 1 One medical condition, described as one of the most common pain disorders of muscle origin, is a

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Jennifer Ostrowski, C. Collin Herb, James Scifers, Teraka Gonzalez, Amada Jennings, and Danvirg Breton

K . Temperature measurement reliability and validity with thermocouple extension leads or changing lead temperature . J Athl Train . 45 ( 6 ): 642 – 644 . doi:10.4085/1062-6050-45.6.642 10.4085/1062-6050-45.6.642 21062188 22. Starkey C . Thermal modalities . In: Therapeutic Modalities . 4th

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Kelly Cheever and Melissa Kay

Participants were asked “which of the following therapeutic modalities would you feel comfortable providing to a patient suffering from cervicogenic symptoms following a concussion (select all that apply)?” from a list that included cervical proprioception training, cervical traction, cervical massage

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Brady M. Smith, David O. Draper, Robert D. Hyldahl, and Justin H. Rigby

. Procedures Participants reported for a single treatment to the Therapeutic Modalities Lab. Each individual was screened for the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Participants were randomly assigned into 1 of the 2 treatment groups: (1) 20-minute iontophoresis treatment with a 4 mA current intensity (80 mA

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Alicea E. Taylor-Meza, Kelsey N. Bahe, Michael A. Trevino, Jennifer L. Volberding, and Aric J. Warren

incorporated therapeutic modalities or manual therapy techniques such as positional release therapy, strain counterstrain, active release therapy, cupping, or instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization were excluded in order to maintain direct MP therapies as a control intervention. Manual therapy techniques

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Nancy D. Groh and Greggory M. Hundt

, a self-efficacy tool developed and validated to explore student self-efficacy ratings in injury assessment, preventative injury care, and therapeutic modalities over a 1-year period specific to gender found significant increases in self-efficacy scores throughout the study period across component

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Tyler A. Beauregard, Jade Vaile, Lucas Whitney, Mark Merrick, and Valerie Moody

MD . Muscle injury management with cryotherapy . Athl Ther Today . 2000 ; 5 ( 4 ): 26 – 30 . doi:10.1123/att.5.4.26 10.1123/att.5.4.26 2. Knight KL , Draper DO . Therapeutic Modalities: The Art and the Science . Baltimore, MD : Lippincott Williams and Wilkins ; 2008 . 3. Merrick MA

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Jennifer Ostrowski, Angelina Purchio, Maria Beck, JoLynn Leisinger, Mackenzie Tucker, and Sarah Hurst

D . Therapeutic Modalities: The Art and Science . 2nd ed. Baltimore, MD :  Lippincott Williams & Wilkins ; 2013 . 17. Holwerda S , Trowbridge C , Womochel K , Keller D . Effects of cold modality application with static and intermittent pneumatic compression on tissue temperature and