Dear suscribers,

I'm looking for informations about influence of posture (ie : standing,
sitting or semistanding) on a trunk flexion/extension movement. I'm
looking for any information on modifications induced by posture on
intradiscal pressure, effect of gravity, muscular forces, and on
biomechanics of the lumbar spine...
I would also be happy to share experience with peoples working in the
rehabilitation field. What arguments are for/against each posture when
dealing with rehabilitation of low back pain ?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks

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Stephane BOUILLAND
Ingenieur Biomedical - Clinical Engineer
Fondation Franco-Américaine
Hopital Calve
62600 Berck sur mer
France
tel : 03-21-89-31-99 (bureau)
03-21-89-31-89 (laboratoire)
fax : 03-21-89-33-18
email : sbouilland@hopale.com
http://www.hopale.com
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