Purpose: To diagnose patients with cervical myelopathy so that patient’s can be treated with the appropriate interventions and/or referred for further radiological/surgical procedures.

Rule:

1. Gait deviation
2. Positive Hoffmann’s test
3. Positive inverted supinator sign
4. Positive Babinski test
5. Age > 45 years

Interpretation:

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Research:

1. Cook CE, et al. Clustered clinical findings for diagnosis of cervical spine myelopathy. J Man Manip Ther. 2010; 18(4): 175-180.

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