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International accessibility of clinical practice guidelines in Physical Therapy makes it possible for Physical Therapists to use guidelines as a reference for treating their patients. At a national level, countries could endorse guidelines, and adjust guidelines to their local situation if necessary. It also makes international collaboration possible in further development and in the updating process of guidelines.

Thursday 30 April 2009
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Assessment of neuromuscular and haemodynamic activity in individuals with and without chronic low back pain
Posted by Rob in Musculoskeletal
This study was designed to examine the haemodynamic and neuromuscular activity of the erector spinae, biceps femoris, and gluteus maximus musculature during the Biering-Sørenson Muscular Endurance Test (BSME). The study concludes that although the BSME has been recognized as a test for back endurance, individuals with chronic LBP appear to incorporate a strategy that may help support the back musculature by utilizing the biceps femoris and gluteus maximus to a greater degree than their healthy counterparts.

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Assessment   neuromuscular   haemodynamic   chronic   low back pain   study   erector spinae   biceps femoris   gluteus maximus   musculature   Biering-Sørenson Muscular Endurance Test   back   endurance   

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