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Old 02-02-2012, 07:50 PM   #1
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Just saw this abstract (haven't read the article yet) but my first impression is puzzlement.

Why would you look at what is going on in a neuro targeted intervention in a non functioning nervous system? Am I missing something here?
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I guess they could not to such an investigation on live humans!

Obviously, the conclusions and applicability to live patients is limited given the elimination of any reactive changes of the CNS. Although it can help confirm a bit the mechanical premisses attributed to neuromobs.
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Passive neural mobilization induces dispersion of intraneural fluid.
So they are saying if you move a nerve that is contained in a container, the fluid in the container moves also.

Doesn't sound like rocket science, just simple brain surgery. Sorry wanted a reason to show this clip as I thought it was pretty funny, didn't mean to take away from your thread Scot.
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Just saw this abstract (haven't read the article yet) but my first impression is puzzlement.

Why would you look at what is going on in a neuro targeted intervention in a non functioning nervous system? Am I missing something here?
What they have done is show that if it can happen in dead people it may well happen in live ones too. I guess.
I guess some people need that level of demonstration before they'll "believe" it.
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Kory, you never need an excuse to post a funny clip. I like their homeopathy one as well.

Diane, I guess I understand the idea that it is cool that this causes dye to move and in the grand scheme of things it may have some relevance. I would assume that studies that would be done on this would be looking at the nervous system first though since that’s what we are interacting with primarily. Seems to be the quickest way to begin compiling evidence for its efficacy (or lack thereof).

I just found it a bit odd.


Here you go if you never saw the homeopathy one.

http://youtu.be/HMGIbOGu8q0
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