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The lumbar spine transports the Cauda equina to the lower extremity and
provides mobility for the back. It also furnishes support for the upper portion of the
body and transmits weight to the pelvis and lower extremity. Since there are no
RANGE OF MOTION The bodies of the lumbar vertebrae are separated by elastic
segmental intervertebral discs which are composed of an annulus fibrosus and a
nucleus pulposus. The range of motion between vertebrae is determined partly ...
rests on his posterior superior iliac spine and your fingers extend toward the
midline. Then, instruct him to bend backward ... of the low back should be noted.
Rotation To test rotation in the lumbar spine, position yourself behind the patient
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