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Effects of Core Stability Training on Older Women with Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Le Ge, Huanjie Huang, Qiuhua Yu et al. | Published on 5/23/2022
Studies have demonstrated that elderly people with low back pain (LBP) may have poor postural control compared to healthy older adults. Poor postural control is associated with poor balance performance and a high risk of serious falls. A variety of training strategies are proposed for LBP therapy, particularly core stabilization training. But this treatment for older people with LBP remains unclear. Read more here.

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