Canadian Neck Pain Practice Guideline: feedback on the Addendum requested

cca.jpg Last September, the following guideline was published in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association:


The Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory Boards Clinical Practice Guidelines Development Initiative (The CCA/CFCRB-CPG). Chiropractic clinical practice guide line: evidence-based treatment of adult neck pain not due to whiplash. J Can Chiro Assoc 2005; 49(3):160-209.
This guideline is available in two formats: PDF format and now online on the CCA Web site.

From the CCA Web site:
Addendum to the Neck Pain Guideline, available for public comment, October 2006 
Since [this guideline was published], an Evidence Monitoring Committee has been tracking emerging evidence and assessing the implications on the guideline. The Guideline Development Committee, authors of the guideline, are putting forward an addendum to the guideline at this time. Attached is the change that they are recommending, specifically to Table 3b, and the rationale for making such a change. The Guideline Development Committee would welcome feedback from the profession on this change.Send your feedback directly to wglover@associationsfirst.com by November 3, 2006. PDF version of the Addendum

See also Practice Guidelines [blog category]; Practice Guidelines [CMCC Web page]

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