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Title: Postural Theory of Non-Specific Low Back Pain (NSLBP)
Authors: Mafuyai, M.Y
Babangida, B.G
Mador, E.S
Bakwa, D.D
Jabil, Y.Y
Keywords: Non-Specific,
Low Back Pain,
Pain Mechanism,
Innervation and Injury.
Issue Date: 28-Dec-2013
Publisher: World Applied Sciences Journal
Citation: Pp 1437-1443,
Series/Report no.: Vol.28;No.10
Abstract: Biopsychosocial factors have received great attention in recent years as the causes of non-specific low back pain. But the challenge is, as it has always been, the pathology is still unclear. A postural theory which is based on an increased weight called virtual weight that results from posture change in lumbar spine has been discussed. The mystery of non-specific low back pain is unraveled, pain mechanism clearly explained and the pathology of non-specific low back pain is understood. Intervention order has been proposed. The effectiveness of postural theory as the basic science theory that can explain clinical findings is demonstrated.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/260
ISSN: 1818-4952
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