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It has been well documented that low-back pain (LBP) patients have longer muscle response latencies to perturbation than healthy controls. These muscle responses appear to be reflexive and not voluntary in nature, and as a result, might be useful for objectively classifying LBP. The goal of the study was to develop an objective and accurate method for(More)
A further investigation of the importance of pain cognition and behaviour in pain rehabilitation: longitudinal data suggest disability and fear of movement are most important. adults: subjects with healthy backs compared with subjects with low back dysfunction. adults: subjects with healthy backs compared with subjects with low back dysfunction. Kvåle, A.(More)
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