[ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at radonmine
Muckerheide, Jim (CDA)
Jim.Muckerheide at state.ma.us
Fri Mar 9 13:55:53 CST 2007
In the science literature, you'll find that pain research produces results that are, scientifically, neither "subjective" nor "anecdotal." And this paper addresses range of motion.
As stated in the paper, larger studies are needed; and perhaps in a larger potential population there could be stricter criteria for subject inclusion for subject comparisons.
Regards, Jim Muckerheide
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>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion
>assessment at radonmine
>Interesting but not very conclusive. Pain is
>subjective, so the results are ancedotal. And there
>was no attempt to rule out a placebo effect.
>That being said, it the patient or client feels
>better, than that is a positive response. I expect
>that the patients or clients will return, and I wish
>--- Patricia Lewis <lewis at radonmine.com> wrote:
>> I apologize for duplicate mailings on this paper.
>> Follow up with author if interested.
>> Patricia Lewis
>> Free Enterprise Radon Health Mine
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