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Experimental Low Back Pain Decreased Trunk Muscle Activity in Currently Asymptomatic Recurrent Low Back Pain Patients During Step Tasks

Low back pain (LBP) is the primary musculoskeletal cause of disability globally.34 Most LBP patients suffer from recurrent LBP (R-LBP).60 R-LBP is defined as individual episodes of LBP after minimum 1 month without preceding pain59 and has been suggested to predispose to persistent LBP from multiple factors.47 Although the underlying mechanisms in transition from recurrent to persistent LBP generally remain unknown,3 changes in the sensory73 and motor systems33 in persistent LBP patients compared with healthy controls have been proposed to play an important role.

Experimental Low Back Pain Decreased Trunk Muscle Activity in Currently Asymptomatic Recurrent Low Back Pain Patients During Step Tasks

Orginally Published At: Pain Journal

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