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Papers: 4 Jul 2020 - 10 Jul 2020

Human Studies

2020 Jul 04

Eur J Pain

Movement, posture and low back pain. How do they relate? A replicated single-case design in 12 people with persistent, disabling low back pain.


Movement and posture are commonly believed to relate to non-specific low back pain (NSLBP). While people with NSLBP appear to move and posture themselves differently from those without NSLBP, changes in movement and posture infrequently relate to improvements in NSLBP when analysed at a group-level. Additionally, little is known about how movement or posture change when clinical outcome improves.