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    Aim: To evaluate pain, flexibility and hydroxyproline (HP) urinary levels in patients with nonspecific low back pain submitted to Global Postural Re-education (GPR) and stretching. Materials & methods: 39 individuals who reported low back pain were randomly assigned to a group submitted to GPR (GPRG) or stretching exercises (SG) for 8 weeks. Pain and flexibility were assessed using the Borg CR10 scale and goniometry, respectively. Results: The GPR group showed a significant reduction in the HP levels and significant improvements in flexibility after the intervention when compared with SG. Both groups presented a significant reduction in HP and pain after the intervention. Conclusion: Both interventions were effective in the treatment of low back pain. However, the GPR method presented better responses than stretching.


    Frederico Pecorone Matos, Estélio Henrique Martin Dantas, Flávio Boechat de Oliveira, Juliana Brandão Pinto de Castro, Mario Cezar de S Costa Conceição, Rodolfo de Alkmim Moreira Nunes, Rodrigo Gomes de Souza Vale. Analysis of pain symptoms, flexibility and hydroxyproline concentration in individuals with low back pain submitted to Global Postural Re-education and stretching. Pain management. 2020 May;10(3):167-177

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    PMID: 32352877

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