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Does sensorimotor incongruence trigger pain and sensory disturbances in people with chronic low back pain? A randomised cross-over experiment

Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a common, complex and hard to treat disorder [20; 21; 40; 42]. The global point prevalence of low back pain (LBP) was estimated at 9.4% in 2010, with the highest prevalence of 15% in Western Europe [21]. When pain persists and becomes chronic, it has a vast socioeconomic impact [42]. Overall, unravelling the underlying mechanisms of CLBP is important to improve the effectiveness of care.

Does sensorimotor incongruence trigger pain and sensory disturbances in people with chronic low back pain? A randomised cross-over experiment

Orginally Published At: Pain Journal

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