Individuals with non-specific low back pain use a trunk stiffening strategy to maintain upright posture.

@article{Jones2012IndividualsWN,
  title={Individuals with non-specific low back pain use a trunk stiffening strategy to maintain upright posture.},
  author={Stephanie L. Jones and Sharon M. Henry and Christine C. Raasch and Juvena R. Hitt and Janice Yanushka Bunn},
  journal={Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={
          13-20
        }
}
There is increasing evidence that individuals with non-specific low back pain (LBP) have altered movement coordination. However, the relationship of this neuromotor impairment to recurrent pain episodes is unknown. To assess coordination while minimizing the confounding influences of pain we characterized automatic postural responses to multi-directional support surface translations in individuals with a history of LBP who were not in an active episode of their pain. Twenty subjects with and 21… CONTINUE READING

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