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Fatemeh Azadinia, Ismail Ebrahimi-Takamjani, Mojtaba Kamyab, Morteza Asgari and Mohamad Parnianpour

.1016/j.clinbiomech.2009.05.004 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2009.05.004 Della Volpe , R. , Popa , T. , Ginanneschi , F. , Spidalieri , R. , Mazzocchio , R. , & Rossi , A. ( 2006 ). Changes in coordination of postural control during dynamic stance in chronic low back pain patients . Gait & Posture

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Rasool Bagheri, Ismail Ebrahimi Takamjani, Mohammad R. Pourahmadi, Elham Jannati, Sayyed H. Fazeli, Rozita Hedayati and Mahmood Akbari

Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a very common disorder. Despite its prevalence, no specific causes can be found for almost 85% of the CLBP cases. 1 Therefore, this type of low back pain (LBP) is known as nonspecific chronic low back pain (NCLBP) which is a multifactorial condition and can result

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Jayshree Shah, Tarushi Tanwar, Iram Iram, Mosab Aldabbas and Zubia Veqar

Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is defined as “a back pain problem that has persisted at least 3 months and has resulted in pain on at least half the days in the past 6 months.” 1 The estimated rate of developing back pain into CLBP is 5% to 10%, with an increasing prevalence from the third decade of

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Priscila Abbári Rossi Manciopi, Natalia Madalena Rinaldi and Renato Moraes

Low back pain (LBP) can affect performance in the combined task (CT) of gait and prehension, since it increases muscle activity amplitude during voluntary movements, impairs the anticipatory postural adjustments and reduces gait speed. We analyzed and compared the effect of adding the prehension movement toward a dowel located at three different heights (80, 100 and 120% of the lower limb length) on gait of individuals with and without LBP. The CT caused anticipatory adjustments, showing that gait changes started during the approach phase and continued on the step corresponding to grasping, especially for the lowest dowel height. Furthermore, individuals with LBP reduced walking speed, increased the width of the base of support, increased electromyography activity of low back trunk muscles, and increased the margin of dynamic stability compared with control group. These results suggest that individuals with LBP used a strategy to reduce threat to body stability due to addition of the manual task.

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Maria Moussouli, Symeon P. Vlachopoulos, Nikolaos D. Kofotolis, Yannis Theodorakis, Paraskevi Malliou and Eleftherios Kellis

Background:

The study examined the effects of a 4-week intensive isometric and isotonic stabilization exercise program on dimensions of health-related quality of life (HRQL) in women with chronic low back pain (CLBP).

Methods:

A total of 39 women (27–72 years old) provided data in an experimental study with a 9-month follow-up. Random allocation was undertaken for the two treatment groups out of the 3 groups: isometric stabilization (n = 13), isotonic stabilization (n = 13), and a control group (n = 13) that did not participate in any form of exercise. Health-related quality of life measures using the Short-Form 36 Health Survey were assessed before program initiation, immediately after program termination, and 4 times postintervention for a period of 9 months.

Results:

The isometric stabilization group displayed large improvements in bodily pain and vitality for women with CLBP attending a 4-week intensive isometric stabilization exercise program. The effects were retained for a period of 9 months after program termination.

Conclusions:

Isometric stabilization exercises reduce pain and enhance vitality as dimensions of HRQL among women with chronic low back pain with such effects lasting for at least 9 months.

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Hiroko Tanabe * Keisuke Fujii * Motoki Kouzaki * 1 2017 21 1 72 89 10.1123/mc.2015-0002 Prehension Combined With Gait in Individuals With Chronic Low Back Pain Priscila Abbári Rossi Manciopi * Natalia Madalena Rinaldi * Renato Moraes * 1 2017 21 1 90 111 10.1123/mc.2014-0044 Adaptation

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Manifold Analysis Christopher A. DiCesare * Scott Bonnette * Gregory D. Myer * Adam W. Kiefer * 1 01 2020 24 1 75 90 10.1123/mc.2017-0076 mc.2017-0076 The Amount and Temporal Structure of Center of Pressure Fluctuations During Quiet Standing in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain Fatemeh Azadinia

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* Brittany Dowling * Tyler W.D. Muddle * Nathaniel D.M. Jenkins * 1 04 2020 10 03 2020 36 2 68 75 10.1123/jab.2019-0235 jab.2019-0235 Trunk–Pelvis Kinematics Variability During Gait and Its Association With Trunk Muscle Endurance in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain Rasool Bagheri * Ismail

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Yuko Hashimoto, Ko Matsudaira, Susumu S. Sawada, Yuko Gando, Ryoko Kawakami, Chihiro Kinugawa, Takashi Okamoto, Koji Tsukamoto, Motohiko Miyachi, Hisashi Naito and Steven N. Blair

the present study, Ryan et al 14 reported that individuals with chronic low back pain walked fewer steps per day and walked for shorter periods of time than individuals without chronic low back pain. A systematic review by Lin et al 9 also revealed that patients with chronic low back pain with a

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of Stabilization Exercises on Health-Related Quality of Life in Women With Chronic Low Back Pain Maria Moussouli * Symeon P. Vlachopoulos * Nikolaos D. Kofotolis * Yannis Theodorakis * Paraskevi Malliou * Eleftherios Kellis * 9 2014 11 11 7 7 1295 1295 1303 1303 10.1123/jpah.2012