lumbar region


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lumbar region

the lower back
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L b Lumbar Support Cushion DO you find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time, or suffer from pain in the lumbar region of our back?
The CPG is a neural network in the lumbar region of the spinal cord that generates rhythmic muscle signals.
TranS1 focuses on designing, developing and marketing products for the treatment of degenerative conditions of the spine affecting the lower lumbar region.
The results of these studies pointed out that the deterioration in flexor muscle group of lumbar region is more prominent in patients with CLBP.
On admission, the patient presented with poor condition with severe pain in the lumbar region, she was not able to stand up and did not give permission for physical examination because of severe lumbar pain at day 1.
He added: "He had a bit of a problem in his lumbar region after the Hennessy, which explains why he ran no sort of race.
An additional five markers were placed on the male dancers' lumbar region (Fig.
In the course of doing this we found that placing a wedge under the right lumbar region seemed more effective than placing a wedge under the right pelvis.
The thoracic region is most commonly involved, which produces myelopathic effects, while lesions in the lumbar region tend to cause radiculopathic effects.
Her medical history indicated arterial hypertension, intermittent pain in the cervical and lumbar region due to spondylosis, frequent headaches and myalgias, and treatment of typical EM skin lesions at our LB outpatient clinic in 1992 and 1994; the latter lesions were culture positive for Borrelia.
Doctors at the spinal unit at Glasgow's Southern General found her back was fractured in the lumbar region and her right arm needed a metal plate fitted.
But Blues now believe the probable cause of Dunn's continuing problems is down to a nerve in his lumbar region which does not 'fire' correctly, impacting on his hamstrings.