The effect of experimental low back pain on lumbar muscle activity in people with a history of clinical low back pain: a muscle functional MRI study.

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In people with a history of low back pain (LBP), structural and functional alterations have been observed at several peripheral and central levels of the sensorimotor pathway. These existing alterations might interact with the way the sensorimotor system responds to pain. We examined this assumption by evaluating the lumbar motor responses to experimental… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00192.2015

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@article{Danneels2016TheEO, title={The effect of experimental low back pain on lumbar muscle activity in people with a history of clinical low back pain: a muscle functional MRI study.}, author={Lieven Andre Danneels and Barbara J. Cagnie and Roseline D'hooge and Yves De Deene and Geert Crombez and Guy G. Vanderstraeten and Thierry G Parlevliet and Jessica Van Oosterwijck}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2016}, volume={115 2}, pages={851-7} }