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SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIALS (SSEP)

Sub-Recommendation – Unchanged

Commentary - Unchanged

SKIN TEMPERATURE INSTRUMENTATION

Sub-Recommendation – Unchanged

Commentary - Unchanged

SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY

Sub-Recommendation – Unchanged

Commentary - Unchanged

MUSCLE STRENGTH TESTING

Sub-Recommendation - Addition:

Muscle strength and endurance testing may be used to ascertain and track muscle force generation and neuromuscular status. Clinically, it may be useful to quantify differences in strength between limbs or bodily segments. The evaluation of strength may be characterized by the experienced examiner based on various technologies. Manual, mechanized and computerized muscle testing may be used to determine changes in the strength and other characteristics of muscles. These changes may be a result or a cause of alterations of function at various levels of the neuromuscular system and/or any other system related to the patient. Such changes may be associated with vertebral subluxation.

Rating: Established Evidence: E, L

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_________________________________________________________ Council on Chiropractic Practice Clinical Practice Guideline Number 1 Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice – 2003 Update & Revision

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