Glenn J. Beach

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A review of related literature and trends was used to develop a protocol for testing range of motion, isometric strength, velocity, endurance, and consistency of effort in the low-back pain (LBP) population by the use of the triaxial, Isostation B-200 Lumbar Dynamometer. Eighty-five men and 83 women with no history of LBP for the past 6 months volunteered(More)
A prospective, blinded cohort study was performed to investigate the relationship between biomechanical variables measured during lumbar dynamometry and several psychological tests and measures of nonorganic pain behavior. Eighty-five men, aged 18-60 years, who had had low-back pain for longer than 5 weeks participated in the study. Nonorganic pain behavior(More)
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