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Prospective Case Series on the Effects of Lumbosacral Manipulation on Dysmenorrhea (PMS)J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2008 (Mar); 31 (3): 237–246
Menstrual pain associated with primary dysmenorrhea may be alleviated with treatment of motion segment restrictions of the lumbosacral spine with drop table technique.
The Frequency of Positive Common Spinal Clinical Examination Findings in a Sample of Premenstrual Syndrome SufferersJ Manipulative Physiol Ther 1999 (May); 22 (4): 216–220
A relatively high incidence of spinal dysfunction exists in PMS sufferers compared with a comparable group of non-PMS sufferers. This is suggestive that spinal dysfunction could be a causative factor in PMS and that chiropractic manipulative therapy may offer an alternative therapeutic approach for PMS sufferers.
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