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Changes in Motor Cortex Following Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain

The motor cortex of the brain changes following chronic pain and injury, and this is linked to pain-associated changes in motor behaviour. This study aimed to investigate whether therapeutic exercises in patients with chronic pain can induce reorganisation of the motor cortex and restore normal motor behaviour. The investigators hypothesised that motor training can induce reorganisation of the motor cortex and that these changes are related to improved motor behaviour.


Efficacy of Exercises in Individuals With Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain

This is a randomized controlled trial project to analyze the effectiveness of lumbar motor control exercises and lumbar resistance training on pain, functional, kinesiophobia and trunk strength in individual with chronic low back pain. The project has two parallel arms and will be supervised by physiotherapists (motor control exercises) and physical education professionals (resistance training). The participants will be Militaries of the Military Fire Department of the Federal ...

Motor Control Exercises vs Standard Exercises in Unspecific Low Back Pain

The purpose of the present study was to evaluate and compare the effects of motor control exercises and standard exercises in the pain, incapacity and medicine intake of subjects with unspecific low-back pain.


Which Exercise for Low Back Pain? Predicting Response to Exercise for Patients With Low Back Pain

Exercise therapy is the most recommended treatment for chronic low back pain. There is a wide range of exercises available and research studies have shown that no exercise is superior to another. The problem is that the effects of exercise in reducing pain and disability are small to moderate. Researchers and clinicians believe that different patients may best respond to different types of exercises. This means that if patients could be better matched to specific exercises, the...

The Efficacy of Motor Cortex Stimulation for Pain Control

The objective is to determine if motor cortex stimulation works for the following conditions: 1. Deafferentation facial pain, 2. Upper extremity complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and 3. Brachial plexus avulsion or phantom limb pain. Each of these groups of 6 patients (total of 18) will be studied independently and all patients will be implanted with a motor cortex stimulation system. They will be randomised to either a regular or low stimulation settin...

Pain Education vs. Self-management Associated With Movement Control Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain

The primary aim of this study is to compare the effects of an exercise program based on movement control exercises associated with self-management advice (SME) or pain neuroscience education (PNE) on the outcomes of pain intensity and pain disability in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain (CLBP).

Which Exercise for Low Back Pain: A Validation Study

Dr. Macedo and others involved in the proposed research recently conducted a study that investigated whether simple clinical characteristics could identify patients who benefit more from either motor control exercises or graded activity. Results were statistically significant and clinically relevant demonstrating that a simple questionnaire could help aid the selection of the most appropriate exercise therapy for each individual patient. Therefore, we aim to conduct a randomize...

Effects of Aerobic Exercises in Patients With Low Back Pain

The aim of this study is to test the feasibility of a clinical trial testing the effectiveness of aerobic exercises program in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain.

Virtual Reality and Pain Perception During Exercises for Patients With Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain

Immersion in a virtual reality environment has been shown to reduce pain during a variety of painful medical procedures, such as wound care for burn patients and dental care. Often, serious games are used to distract patients from this painful procedures. Recently, serious games have also been developed for patients with low back pain. Because patients with low back pain frequently experience pain during exercises, the investigators hypothesize that exercising with serious game...

Different Learning Methods of Motor Control Exercises

This study evaluates the effects of self-learning exercise from multimedia content on pain and disability in patients with low back pain.

Effects of Association of Trunk Stretching and Segmental Stabilization Exercises in Chronic Unspecific Low Back Pain

The incidence of chronic nonspecific low back pain is the highest in the world population and can lead to disability. One of the standards treatments for this condition is the segmental stabilization exercises, as well as trunk stretching. However, there is no study that associates these two treatments for nonspecific low back pain. This study will be a controlled clinical trial, randomized, prospective, single-blind with a quantitative approach that compares the efficacy of th...

High(Deadlift) Versus Low Intensity Motor Control Exercises on Low Back Pain

The aim of the study is to evaluate and compare the effects of high-intensity (deadlift) versus low-intensity motor control exercises on selfrated pain, function and symptoms on patients with peripherally mediated pain

Effectiveness of the Pilates Method Versus Aerobic Exercises in Elderly With Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain is potentially disabling for the elderly, and physical exercises are considered the best treatment for this problem. The Pilates method has been proven effective in the improvement of pain and function in patients with low back pain. However, the evidence about the effectiveness of Pilates method in the treatment of elderly patients with low back pain is scarce. Thus, the aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of the Pilates method compared ...

Motor Cortex Stimulation for Chronic Neuropathic Pain

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of cortical stimulation (CS) as an adjunctive treatment for chronic neuropathic pain.

The Effect of Motor Control Exercise Versus General Exercise on Lumbar Local Stabilizing Muscles Thickness

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of motor control exercises. For this, before and after motor control and general exercises, we determined transverses abdominis and multifidus thickness, activity limitation and pain. We hypothesized that the motor control exercises would increase transverses abdominis and multifidus muscles thickness. Activity limitation and pain would decrease following two protocols that it was more in motor control group than general on...

Neuroscience Pain Education in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain

The cognitive educational strategies such as neuroscience pain education, has been a popular and promising technique for treatment patients with chronic pain. However, there are not sufficient randomized controlled and blinded studies to explore clinical effectiveness of these techniques. Therefore, the aim of this study was determining the short- and mid-term effects of neuroscience pain education combined with manual therapy and home exercise on pain level, disability, and ki...

Myofascial Massage in the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain

The purpose of the study is to determine the effectiveness of a massage therapy combined with elements of motor imagery and the words of the physiotherapist compared to a traditional one in reducing pain in patients with chronic low back pain (CLBP) and to evaluate if and how the pain reduction is linked to the interoceptive awarness and the ability to relax of the patient investigating the hearth rate variability (HRV).

Cortical Plasticity After Motor Cortex Stimulation in Healthy Subject and Chronic Pain Patients

The primary aim of this study is to evaluate the induction of sensory-motor cortex plasticity after motor cortex stimulation in healthy subjects, using laser-evoked nociceptive cortical potentials, and in chronic neuropathic pain patients using functional MRI. As a secondary goal, the project will analyse possible correlations between the magnitude of cortical plasticity and that of the pain-relieving effect. In healthy subjects, cortical plasticity is evaluated by the compari...

Efficacy Comparison of the Exercises Based on the Lumbar Extension and Flexion in Chronic Low Back Pain

This study is to compare the efficacy of exercises based on the lumbar extension and flexion on the pain relief and the prevention of pain recurrence in chronic low back pain patients.

Functional Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain

Non-specific low back pain is a common condition. Exercise is effective treatment for chronic low back pain. We hypothesized the functional exercise group will present pain reduction and functional improvement. The purpose of this study is investigated the effectiveness of an functional exercise program for people with nonspecific chronic low back pain. Patients will be randomly divided into 2 groups: control group (minimal intervention - mini back school and analgesic) and gr...

High Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Motor Cortex Versus Insula

Brain stimulation is a technique that can alter cortical function and thus be suitable for treating pain. This is especially when pain is chronic and associated with functional and even structural reorganization of the central nervous system. The idea of using invasive and noninvasive brain stimulation for pain relief is not new. Studies from the 1950s have investigated the brain stimulation for therapeutic use. Direct implantation of electrodes on the cerebral cortex has been ...

Therapy Exercises and Physiotherapy Delivered Operant Conditioning in the Treatment Chronic Low Back Pain

This research investigates the effect of two physiotherapy models in the treatment of chronic nonspecific low back pain. Participants will be divided into three groups, two experimental and one control. In both experimental groups, the participants will be included in the intensive program of therapeutic exercises, under the supervision and guidance of the physiotherapist, and the group will differ in that a group of cognitive-behavioral therapies will be implemented by a physi...

Shortwave Diathermy and Pilates Exercises in Patients With Chronic Non-specific Low Back

The aim of this study is to verify the effectiveness of the association of Shortwave Diathermy and Pilates exercises in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain, on the reduction of pain, functional disability and improvement of the quality of life.

Motor Learning for the Lumbar Spine Using Sensor-based Postural Feedback: a Randomized Controlled Trial

A large subgroup of patients with chronic non-specific low back pain have motor control impairments. During motor control exercises, different forms of external feedback can be used to support training. This randomized controlled trial will investigate the effectiveness of different forms of external feedback during the learning phase of a motor control task for the lumbar spine in healthy subjects and patients with chronic non-specific low back pain (CNSLBP). Both healthy subj...

Effects of Self-Stretching Posture and Segmental Stabilization in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain

Background: Low back pain is a major problem for public health that affects about 60-85% of the population at some point in life. Approximately 10-40% of individuals with low back pain develop the chronic form. International guidelines consider three groups of treatment options for low back pain: medication, invasive and conservative treatments in which conservative approach is the most recommended. The European Guidelines for Management of Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain re...


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