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Title: Task oriented training using a motion detection system in persons with low back pain: a feasibility study
Authors: Smeets, Wout 
Knippenberg, Els 
Matheve, Thomas 
Palmaers, Steven
Verbrugghe, Jonas 
Hallet, Peter
Olivieri, Enzo
Feys, Peter 
Spooren, Annemie 
Timmermans, Annick 
Issue Date: 2016
Source: 9th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Girdle Pain, Singapore - Singapore, 31/10-03/11/2016
Abstract: In task oriented training, patients are taught to use optimal motor control strategies during skills related to daily activities. However, implementing these complex skills into rehabilitation technology is challenging. Task segmentation, a method that is advocated in rehabilitation of low back pain has been used for the implementation of task-oriented exercises in rehabilitation technologies and is a suitable manner to give objective feedback on the quality of exercise performance.
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Type: Conference Material
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