Lumbar mobilisations and hamstring ROM

Can lumbar mobilisations improve low-back and hamstring ROM? And if so, for how long?

It is well documented that hamstring strains are one of the most common injuries in sport, leading to a high incidence of missed games and training times.

As a result, there have been many studies looking at the causative and preventative mechanisms and management strategies for hamstring strains.

Hamstring flexibility and strength are the 2 most common factors typically studied when looking at preventative strategies and treatment of injuries. 


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