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Pain clinic #11. Physical exercise in the treatment of low back pain. Part III: A practical regimen of strengthening exercise



Pain clinic #11. Physical exercise in the treatment of low back pain. Part III: A practical regimen of strengthening exercise



Orthopaedic Review 17(10): 1002-1006



The first and second articles in this three-part series reviewed the research evidence for physical exercise in the treatment of low back pain and outlined a specific and practical program of stretching exercise. In this final paper, we will present and illustrate the remaining component of a physical exercise regimen utilized in the treatment of a large population of patients suffering either nonsurgical or postsurgical low back pain.

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