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Muscle Function In Low Back Pain: Is Bigger And Stronger What Matters?
Journal of Bangladesh Society of Physiologists
<p>The search for risk indicators for acute or chronic low back pain has been intensified in the last couple of decades. This review summarizes reports and reviews that have investigated the efficacy of predictive risk-factors in low back pain and offers clinicians an overview of the evidence that links the causal relationship between alterations in trunk muscle functional capacity (strength and endurance) and muscle morphology with low back pain (LBP). Primary research articles and reviewsdoi:10.3329/jbsp.v12i1.33927 fatcat:mgpbfcg5cvdlhamshm2f5hdqoi