To establish whether McKenzie lumbar flexion and extension mobility exercises performed in lying affect central as well as systemic hemodynamics: a crossover experimental study.

@article{AlObaidi2013ToEW,
  title={To establish whether McKenzie lumbar flexion and extension mobility exercises performed in lying affect central as well as systemic hemodynamics: a crossover experimental study.},
  author={S. Al-Obaidi and A. Asbeutah and N. Al-Sayegh and E. Dean},
  journal={Physiotherapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={99 3},
  pages={
          258-65
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Examine systemic and central hemodynamic responses following McKenzie lumbar flexion and extension mobility exercises performed in lying (FIL and EIL). DESIGN Crossover experimental study. SETTING Clinical laboratory. PARTICIPANTS Healthy male volunteers (n=25) (mean(SD) age: 28(3)years; range 21 to 34). INTERVENTIONS Based on alternating assignment of either FIL or EIL to participants, three sets of the first exercise (10, 15, 20 repetitions) were performed with 5-minute rest… Expand

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