Effect on Pain Intensity, Self-Experienced Disability, and Lumbar Fatigability Markku Kankaanpa ̈a ̈, BM,*† Simo Taimela, MD,‡ Olavi Airaksinen, MD,* and Osmo Ha ̈nninen, MD, PhD† Study Design. A randomized study comparing the results of active rehabilitation and passive control treatment in patients with chronic low back pain with follow-up at 6 months and 1

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A Follow-Up Study Simo Taimela, MD, DMSc,* Carlo Diederich, PT,† Marc Hubsch, PT,† and Michel Heinricy, PT† Study Design. An observational follow-up. Objectives. To analyze the role of physical exercise and inactivity on the long-term outcome after active out- patient low back rehabilitation. Summary of Background Data. There is considerable evidence documenting the efficacy of

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S. TAIMELA 1, 2, S. NEGRINI 3, C. PAROLI 4 Musculoskeletal disorders of which low back pain (LBP) accounts for more than 50% are now the most common cause of chronic incapacity in industrialized countries. The traditional approach in looking for the reason (etiology) for musculoskeletal disorders is to search struc- tural failures but, in

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April 10, 2012

Ramsay Spine Center


RS. Premier Bintaro Total Atasi Masalah Tulang Belakang Tulang belakang manusia merupakan organ tubuh yang amat vital. Tulang tersebut berfungsi menopang berat badan. Berkat tulang belakang, manusia pun dapat berdiri tegak dan berjalan stabil dengan dua kakinya.

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A Prospective Randomized Intervention Simo Taimela, MD, DMSc,*† Esa-Pekka Takala, MD, DMSc,‡ Tom Asklo ̈f, MD,* Kitty Seppa ̈la ̈, PT,* and Sirkka Parviainen, RN* Study Design. A randomized comparative study with single-blind outcome assessments. Objectives. To compare the efficacy of a multimodal treatment emphasizing proprioceptive training (ACTIVE) with activated home exercises (HOME) and recommendation

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