The effects of spinal flexion and extension exercises and their associated postures in patients with acute low back pain.

@article{Dettori1995TheEO,
  title={The effects of spinal flexion and extension exercises and their associated postures in patients with acute low back pain.},
  author={Joseph R. Dettori and Steven H Bullock and Thomas G Sutlive and Robin J. M. Franklin and T. H. Patience},
  journal={Spine},
  year={1995},
  volume={20 21},
  pages={2303-12}
}
STUDY DESIGN A prospective randomized clinical trial compared the effects of flexion and extension back exercises and postures among soldiers with acute low back pain. OBJECTIVE To compare the immediate effects of back exercise on functional status, spinal mobility, straight leg raising, pain severity, and treatment satisfaction, and to determine whether spinal exercise during the acute stage of low back pain reduces recurrent episodes of low back pain. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA… CONTINUE READING

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