Effectiveness of Two Exercise Programs on the Neck.

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    Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
Updated on 2 October 2022
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the clinical results in lower cervical range of motion, size deep muscles, endurance, craniovertebral angle and cervical propioception by a training protocol with the new device for cervical treatment (CDAT) and the conventional training protocol (CT) versus a control group (C) in subjects with cervical deep muscle strength deficit.


Neck pain is one of the major public health problems, which has a great impact on people's lives, with high prevalence and recurrence rate. Cervical vertebral column is heavily dependent on the muscles for its physical support and activities. There are increasing evidences to support that cervical muscles may impair in patients with neck disorders. Training protocols can help to improve pain, cervical function, posture and cross-sectional area. However, there are no training protocols in subjects with strength deficit of deep cervical muscles, including deep neck extensor and flexor muscles. The cervical device treatment (CDAT) allows us to train the cervical flexor and extensor muscle in a simple and comfortable way.

Condition Subjects With Deep Cervical Muscle Strength Deficit
Treatment Conventional training protocol, Training protocol with the cervical device for treatment (CDAT).
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05331482
SponsorUniversitat Internacional de Catalunya
Last Modified on2 October 2022

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