Acute Repetitive lumbar syndrome: insight into a subtype of mechanical back pain

Insight into a subtype of mechanical back pain

A recent article published in JBMT is the culmination of at least 12 years of research into the underlying mechanisms of acute repetitive lumbar syndrome. This article is of enormous clinical significance and will alter treatment and management of this type of injury. The basic interplay is simple:  repetitive tissue loading, creep, loss of intrinsic fascial stiffness and therefore stability, inflammation and neuromuscular excitability, muscle spasm = acute repetitive lumbar syndrome.

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