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Old 28-11-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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Whilst poking about I came across this recen(tish) article. Probably someone else has posted it elsewhere here (I apologise for the repetition if so) but I though it was interesting reading and went much further than many of the other more recent structural treatments/theories although not far enough as it does no more than skim paost a neural element as "neuromuscular"

http://www.columbiapain.org/documents/SIJMechanics.pdf

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