Rowers with a recent history of low back pain engage different regions of the lumbar erector spinae during rowing

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Rowers with a recent history of low back pain engage different regions of the lumbar erector spinae during rowing

Despite the high prevalence of low back pain (LBP) in rowers, there are few studies investigating changes in lumbar muscle activation in rowers with a recent history of LBP. Such knowledge is relevant to understand potential mechanisms contributing to the maintenance and recurrence of LBP in rowers. For the first time, we evaluate the spatial distribution of erector spinae (ES) activity in rowers with and without a recent history of LBP, using a novel application of high-density surface electromyography (HDEMG).

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