Altered motor control strategies in subjects with sacroiliac joint pain during the active straight-leg-raise test.

@article{Osullivan2002AlteredMC,
  title={Altered motor control strategies in subjects with sacroiliac joint pain during the active straight-leg-raise test.},
  author={Peter B O'sullivan and Darren Beales and Julie A Beetham and Jillian Cripps and F. Graf and Ivan B Lin and Beatrice Tucker and Anita Avery},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2002},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={E1-8}
}
STUDY DESIGN An experimental study of respiratory function and kinematics of the diaphragm and pelvic floor in subjects with a clinical diagnosis of sacroiliac joint pain and in a comparable pain-free subject group was conducted. OBJECTIVE To gain insight into the motor control strategies of subjects with sacroiliac joint pain and the resultant effect on breathing pattern. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA The active straight-leg-raise test has been proposed as a clinical test for the assessment… CONTINUE READING

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