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The low back musculature stabilizes the spine during movements of the upper and/or lower extremities. Senstension sensors can be used to detect changes in the superficial spine musculature under normal and natural circumstances in sports and work-related activities. This data is essential in understanding how the low back musculature copes with different loads and movements of the extremeties. Senstension can thus be used to assess various movement patterns of individuals during sport and work activities so that corrective action can be taken. For example, the effects of heavy loading of the lower back musculature during essential movements in work-related situations can be assessed and individuals can be taught proper biomechanics to cope with such loads, thus avoiding excessive low back loading and potential injury. Senstension can also be used as a biofeedback system to help individuals learn correct lifiting and spine musculature loading techniques. In cases of chronic low back pain, the ability to use up to 4 sensors simultaneously can be taken advantage of to identify weak links in the kinetic chains and thus help the therapist adjust rehabilitation training accordingly. Back to applications>>>