[ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson -
lewis at radonmine.com
Fri Mar 9 14:21:53 CST 2007
For helping me emphasize that this paper addresses only Range of Motion
(I took a moment to reread it). And Barbra and I are taking the
investigation one step further to see if there is any blood response (SED,
CRP, etc.) that goes along with the mobility improvements. You know I've
been talking about a project like this for years. We'll be doing that this
summer with the help of a local physician - and as our meager personal funds
allow (funding from Pat and Barbra)! pat.
Free Enterprise Radon Health Mine
Boulder MT USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Muckerheide, Jim (CDA)" <Jim.Muckerheide at state.ma.us>
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2007 12:55 PM
Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at
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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