Lumbar Mobility and Performance-Based Function: An Investigation in Older Adults with and without Chronic Low Back Pain.

@article{Coyle2017LumbarMA,
  title={Lumbar Mobility and Performance-Based Function: An Investigation in Older Adults with and without Chronic Low Back Pain.},
  author={Peter C Coyle and Teonette O Velasco and Jaclyn Megan Sions and Gregory Evan Hicks},
  journal={Pain medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={161-168}
}
Objective To explore potential differences in lumbar mobility between older adults with and without chronic low back pain, and to determine if lumbar mobility contributes to physical performance in both groups. We hypothesized that older adults with pain would have greater lumbar mobility impairments than pain-free peers, and that lumbar mobility would be associated with performance in both groups, with stronger relationships among those with pain. Design Matched case-control. Setting… CONTINUE READING

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