McKenzie vs. Pilates exercises for chronic low back pain

Do Pilates or McKenzie rehab protocols differ in their benefits for patients suffering from low back pain?

Chronic low back pain (LBP) is one of the most commonly seen medical conditions across the world. There is a variety of methods to manage the condition: medication, electrotherapy, exercises and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Exercise is widely accepted to be one of the most effective treatment choices for chronic non specific LBP. This article investigates whether one type of exercise intervention is more beneficial than another. 


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