Category: Applied Functional Science
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The purpose of this study was to compare hip rotation in amateur golfers with and without low back pain (LBP). Passive and active medial (internal) and lateral (external) rotation were measured (using an inclinometer) with subjects lying prone on a table with the knee flexed 90 degrees. Passive was measured before active. Comparisons were performed between the groups, as well as between lead hip and trail hip within the groups.

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