Heine Svarrer

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Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a major clinical problem with a substantial socio-economical impact. Today, diagnosis and therapy are insufficient, and knowledge concerning interaction between musculoskeletal pain and motor performance is lacking. Most studies in this field have been performed under static conditions which may not represent CLBP patients'(More)
OBJECTIVES To quantify neck mobility and posture with and without various postural perturbations. DESIGN A multivariable 2-group study with repeated measures and treatments. SETTING A human performance laboratory. PARTICIPANTS Eleven patients with chronic whiplash injury (mean age, 33.3+/-6.7 y; weight, 73.4+/-11.4 kg; height, 173.3+/-7.2 cm) with a(More)
The aim of this pilot study was to investigate how sub-acute low-back pain (LBP) patients differed with respect to control in movements and muscle activation during standardized tasks representing daily living activities, and explore relationships between cognition and measured motor performance. Linear and nonlinear parameters were computed from kinetics,(More)
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