Aakanksha Chhikara

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Low Back Pain (LBP) is a leading cause of disability, prevalent in all countries and cultures with economic costs, severe psychological and sociological consequences. Difficulties in the management of LBP include: credibility of self-reported health and function surveys, accurate patient evaluation, identifying reassessment time and classification of(More)
Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) is a leading cause of disability with significant economic costs and severe psychological and social consequences. LBP patients also have the tendency to change the movement of the back and hold the pelvis rigid. Currently, the clinical assessment of a LBP patient is undertaken at a single point in time during clinic visits(More)
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