LBP During Upright Standing May Be Related to Lumbar Intervertebral Angle Distribution, Study Finds

LBP During Upright Standing May Be Related to Lumbar Intervertebral Angle Distribution, Study Finds

A study of how intervertebral angles were distributed in two asymptomatic control groups—those who would develop lower back pain (LBP) after prolonged standing, and those who did not develop pain—found that there was a correlation between the distribution of intervertebral angles in pain developers (PD) throughout lumbar spines during upright standing poses, while there was […]

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