Specific and segmented stability training in which deep muscles and joints stabilizers are activated in a parameterized and objective way. This method stimulates the feedback and the feedforward mechanisms and the cortical plasticity, which are modified in the presence of pain.
Recommended for persisting back and neck pain.
What we now call the core of stabilization exercises originates from the work of a relatively small group of authors. In 1989, a researcher named Bergmark published a study on mechanical stability of the lumbar spine in which he suggested the division of the trunk muscles into two groups, muscles called “global stabilizers” and “local stabilizers”.
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