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An important aspect of transitioning clients into manual handling activities is understanding the relationships between levels of erector spinae muscle activation and lumbar kinematics.
2-5,12) However, as far as we know, only one case with a paravertebral abscess in the erector spinae muscle caused by brucellosis has been reported.
As cited above, EMG activities during abdominal bracing have been already reported for some of the trunk muscles, such as the rectus abdominis, external oblique, internal oblique, trans-versus abdominis, and erector spinae muscles (Allison et al.
Back extension: Working the erector spinae muscles of the lower back.