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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.

    Quantitative Assessment and Training of Isometric Cervical Extension Strength

      The goal of this research study is to determine how repeated exercises could affect the strength of the cervical region of the spine. Through this study, researchers were able to track how the type and frequency of resistance training can aid in the progress of rehabilitation. The data was recorded and proposed in this study.

      Pelvic Stabilization During Resistance Training

        The goal of this research study was to determine how exercise training affects the development of lumbar extension strength. This study was also dependent on the presence or absence of pelvic stabilization. The study included different subject groups with different measurements being observed. The data was recorded and proposed in this study.

        Lumbar Strengthening in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients

          In this study, the physiological and psychological benefits of strengthening the lumbar extension are explored. Chronic low back pain affects many people and the goal of the study is to see if strengthening the lower back muscles helps mitigate lower back pain as well as helping mental health.

          Effect of Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Torque Production

            This study is from a physical therapy research paper which examines the impact of isometric lumbar extension torque across 12- and 20-week periods. Participants were put into 5 training groups after completing the 12- or 20-week training. The participants were tested in a seated position at 7 different angles at a 72-degree range of motion (ROM).