Dirk Mazet

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INTRODUCTION Poor posture in children and adolescents has a prevalence of 22-65% and is suggested to be responsible for back pain. To assess posture, photometric imaging of sagittal posture is widely used, but usually only habitual posture positions (resting position with minimal muscle activity) are analysed. AIM The objective of this study was 1) to(More)
[Purpose] Poor posture in children and adolescents is a well-known problem. Therefore, early detection of incorrect posture is important. Photometric posture analysis is a cost-efficient and easy method, but needs reliable reference values. As children's posture changes as they grow, the assessment needs to be age-specific. This study aimed to investigate(More)
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