Janssens, L., McConnell, A. K. , Pijnenburg, M., Claeys, K., Goossens, N., Lysens, R., Troosters, T. and Brumagne, S., 2015. Inspiratory muscle training affects proprioceptive use and low back pain. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 47 (1), 12 - 19 .
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We have shown that individuals with recurrent nonspecific low back pain (LBP) and healthy individuals breathing against an inspiratory load decrease their reliance on back proprioceptive signals in upright standing. Because individuals with LBP show greater susceptibility to diaphragm fatigue, it is reasonable to hypothesize that LBP, diaphragm dysfunction, and proprioceptive use may be interrelated. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether inspiratory muscle training (IMT) affects proprioceptive use during postural control in individuals with LBP.
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