The effect of motor control exercise versus general exercise on lumbar local stabilizing muscles thickness : Randomized controlled trial of patients with chronic low back pain

@inproceedings{Akbari2008TheEO,
  title={The effect of motor control exercise versus general exercise on lumbar local stabilizing muscles thickness : Randomized controlled trial of patients with chronic low back pain},
  author={Asghar Akbari and Samane Khorashadizadeh and Gholam Abdi},
  year={2008}
}
Background:The specific training of lumbar local stabilizing muscles is one of the recent focuses in management of patients with chronic LBP. Enhanced stability of the lumbar spine segments is the mechanism for pain relief with this specific 

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