Participants of the study group underwent a face-to-face training session for core stabilization exercises
by a physiatrist after the baseline measurement.
Electromyographic activity of trunk and hip muscles during stabilization exercises
in four-point kneeling in healthy volunteers.
The mean age of participants was 46.39 +- 7.43years in core stabilization exercise
group as compared to 45.50 +- 6.61years in routine physical therapy exercise group.
In studies that followed compared stabilization exercise
programs with different physical procedures in order to find the best available therapy for CLBP (8,10,11), the results were diverse.
Although chronic LBP patients demonstrate a variety of apparently dysfunctional neuromuscular control strategies, (38-49) many stabilization exercise
programs focus primarily on the training of the deep (local) muscles, particularly multifidus and transversus abdominis.
* Compared with the stabilization exercise
using a ball and general stabilization exercise
increased the CSA of the MF, weight bearing, pain, and functional ability in patients with low back pain.
In the study by Riegler and Stoggl (2014), core strength training with a sling trainer (unstable surface) was compared to trunk stabilization exercises
on the floor (stable surface) in athletes.
Lumbar multifidus muscle thickness does not predict patients with low back pain who improve with trunk stabilization exercises
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Herbach says that a person in the acute phase of disc herniation should not do Pilates until the pain is under control; then, spinal stabilization exercises
can be done in positions that can help keep pressure off the spinal nerve and not cause pain.
Electromyographic activity of selected trunk muscles during dynamic spine stabilization exercises
. Arch Phys Med Rehabil.
"Electromyographic activity of selected trunk muscles during dynamic spine, stabilization exercises
." Arch Phys Med Rehabil 82(11): 155 1-1557.
Chapters discuss recommendations for preventing pelvic pain and dysfunction, tips on what to expect during and after delivery, pelvic exercises including symmetry exercises, stabilization exercises
, and pelvic-floor exercises, and advice especially for therapists discussing everything from risk factors to post pregnancy care.