This study aimed to examine the association between spinopelvic parameters and balance function in low back pain (LBP).
Among patients in the rehabilitation medicine department, the data of 182 patients (mean age, 47.8 years; M/F = 64/118) was obtained retrospectively.
Spinopelvic parameters were measured through a whole-body low-dose biplanar radiography using the EOS imaging system, and balance function was evaluated by the center of pressure (COP) movement using the Zebris treadmill system.
Pearson correlations were used to determine the relationship between radiographic and balance function. Stepwise multiple linear regression analyses were conducted with the balance function as a dependent variable and age and spinopelvic parameters as independent variables.