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Transversus abdominis and core stability – has the pendulum swung?
  1. Garry T Allison (g.allison{at}curtin.edu.au)
  1. Curtin University, Australia
    1. Sue L Morris
    1. The University of Western Australia, Australia

      Abstract

      In the past decade there has been a focus on isolated transversus abdominis activation and how it contributes to lumbo-pelvic stability. Not only has this rationale influenced the management of chronic low back pain (LBP), it has also been included in exercises for many other pathologies of the lower and upper limb and also for prophylaxis in pain free subjects.

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