Stabilisation exercises for low back pain : a systematic review

@inproceedings{May2012StabilisationEF,
  title={Stabilisation exercises for low back pain : a systematic review},
  author={Stephen May and Ros Johnson},
  year={2012}
}
Objectives To examine the literature to determine if stabilisation exercises are effective for the treatment of pain and dysfunction in patients with low back pain. Data sources PubMed (MEDLINE), CINAHL, AMED, PEDro and the Cochrane Library were searched up to October 2006. Review methods Inclusion criteria were: randomised clinical trials; in English; full publications; subjects were adults with low back pain; one group received specific stabilisation exercises as the primary intervention; and… CONTINUE READING
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