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Restorative Exercise for Clinical Low Back Pain

    This research study aimed to prove how strengthening the lumbar extensor muscles in the spine using specific equipment increased progress. This study compared the progress of two different medical centers that are both using the same treatment protocols and research tactics. The research was recorded and presented in the study.

    Frequency and Volume of Resistance Training: Effect on Cervical Extension Strength

      This research study aimed to demonstrate how volume and strength training has an effect on the strength of the cervical area of the spine. Four groups of subjects participated in the study engaging in different rehabilitating exercises using the MedX Cervical Extension machine. Maximum torque output, cervical extension, and cervical flexion were measured and recorded through the study.

      Effect of resistance training on lumbar extension strength

        This research study aimed to demonstrate how strength exercise testing on the pelvic region can evaluate lumbar extension and range of motion. By performing different exercises and a maximum isometric strength test, subjects were ultimately able to increase their pelvic stabilization and gain strength. Data was observed and recorded.

        Comparison of Restraint Systems for Pelvic Stabilization

          In this study, the two different restraint systems to isolate the lumbar extensors were explored.
          The two different restraint systems are used through the pelvic
          stabilization by preventing movements in the lower part of your body while seated. Restraints are located on the knees and on the bottom of the feet. The goal of the study is to see how the restraint systems can influence lumbar extension strength and the shape of isometric lumbar extension strength curve.