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High baseline fat mass, but not lean tissue mass, is associated with high intensity low back pain and disability in community-based adults

20:00 EDT 4 Jul 2019 | Arthritis Research and Therapy

Low back pain is the largest contributor to disability worldwide. The role of body composition as a risk factor for back pain remains unclear. Our aim was to examine the relationship between fat mass and fat d...

Original Article: High baseline fat mass, but not lean tissue mass, is associated with high intensity low back pain and disability in community-based adults

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