Impaired postural control of the lumbar spine is associated with delayed muscle response times in patients with chronic idiopathic low back pain.

@article{Radebold2001ImpairedPC,
  title={Impaired postural control of the lumbar spine is associated with delayed muscle response times in patients with chronic idiopathic low back pain.},
  author={Andrea Radebold and Jacek Cholewicki and Gert K Polzhofer and Harry S. N. Greene},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2001},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={724-30}
}
STUDY DESIGN Balance performance in unstable sitting and trunk muscle response to quick force release were measured in 16 patients with chronic low back pain and 14 matched healthy control subjects. OBJECTIVES To determine whether patients with low back pain will exhibit poorer postural control, which will be associated with longer average muscle response times. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Larger postural sway during standing and delayed trunk muscle response times for patients with low back… CONTINUE READING
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