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Stuart McGill Interview

Stuart McGill is a professor of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo (Canada). He is the author of many scientific papers that address issues related to low back function, injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance training.

He sits on the editorial boards of the journals SPINE, Clinical Biomechanics, and the Journal of Applied Biomechanics. As a consultant he has for many years worked with elite sports people and performers in a wide variety of professional sports, both as an educator and as expert opinion on specific, difficult to resolve back problems. He has also worked extensively with track & field athletes from a variety of countries. His advice is frequently sought by governments, corporations, and legal experts from around the world, and he is the author of two popular text books focused on specifically on optimising back health; 'Low Back Disorders: Evidence based prevention and rehabilitation', and 'Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance'.

For more information and useful links visit Stuart McGills website at

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