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CMT for shoulder pain
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CMT - Shoulder
- Fair evidence (Grade B) for MMT alone or in combination with multimodal treatments for
- Limited evidence (Grade C) for cervical lateral glide mobilization and/or HVLA (including soft tissue release and exercise) for
- Minor neurogenic shoulder pain (aka minor peripheral nerve injuries and/or disorders) 
- Insufficient level of evidence (Grade I) for MMT alone or in combination with multimodal treatments for
- OA 
- Brantingham, JW et al (Jun 2011). "Manipulative therapy for shoulder pain and disorders: expansion of a systematic review". J Manipulative Physiol Ther 34 (5): 314-346. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Manipulative+therapy+for+shoulder+pain+and+disorders%3A+expansion+of+a+systematic+review. Retrieved 1-15-2014.