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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The results of previous studies indicated that there is relationship between proprioception and neuromuscular coordination deficits with amount of pain in patients with low back pain. The aim of present study was the efficacy of sensorimotor training on proprioception and neuromuscular coordination in patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain. 53 patient with chronic nonspecific low back pain were selected by using Roland Morrice questionnaires and assigned into experimental (N=27) and control (N=26) groups. The experimental group underwent a 5 weeks of sensorimotor training on Huber spine force. The Huber machine, goniometer and visual analogue scale used for neuromuscular coordination, prorioception and low back pain measurement respectively that were completed at baseline and after 10 sessions of sensorimotor training. The paired and sample t tests were used for data analysis in SPSS program version 18.A significant improvement at the proprioceptive and neuromuscular coordination and also significant reduction were seen in the pain scores of subjects with chronic nonspecific low back pain (P=0.001). Considering the extremely large effect size of the sensorimotor group, we recommend that this program be used in the treatment of patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain in future.