Influences of trunk muscles on lumbar lordosis and sacral angle

@article{Kim2005InfluencesOT,
  title={Influences of trunk muscles on lumbar lordosis and sacral angle},
  author={Ho-Jun Kim and Seokhee Chung and Sungsoo Kim and Hyundae Shin and Jongsoo Lee and Sehyun Kim and Mi-Yeon Song},
  journal={European Spine Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={409-414}
}
Background: The strength of abdominal muscle and back extensors or their balances are commonly mentioned as major indicators of potential low back pain (LBP). Former studies on anthropometrics in terms of trunk muscle strength seemed to lack precision in methodology. Furthermore, the extension-flexion ratio, which is a good parameter of trunk muscle balance, was not as much studied as simple maximum torques in this area of study. Objectives: To investigate relationship between trunk muscle… CONTINUE READING

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