March 2014 - Number 19 (5 صفحه - از 38 تا 42)
"University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Tehran, Iran Objectives: Altered movement strategy and postural control has been observed in Low Back Pain (LBP) patients. Discussion: This study reveald altered postural response against purturbation in patients with LBP and no association between CoP measures and disability. So, the aims of this study were: 1) to determine if there are significant differences in postural responses following support surface perturbation between persons with recurrent non specific LBP and healthy control; 2) to investigate whether postural response parameters are related to level of perceived disability. Computation of three dependant variables: Reaction time (onset-S), Latency (S-O), mean initial Velocity (velocity during S-O) A key disability measure for studying patients with LBP is the functional disability questionnaire. Variables p value r p value r Velocity 0/76 0/09 0/69 0/12 Discussion This study assessed postural responses of subjects with recurrent non specific low back pain compared to healthy control. Another objective of this study was to assess whether postural response variables are related to the functional disability in patients with LBP. Postural balance in low back pain patients: criterion-related validity of centre of pressure assessed on a portable force platform. Center of pressure excursion as a measure of balance performance in patients with non- specific low back pain compared to healthy controls: a systematic review of the literature. Impaired postural control of the lumbar spine is associated with delayed muscle response times in patients with chronic idiopathic low back pain."
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