The Effects of Yoga, Patient Education on the Physical and Psychological Symptoms of Chemotherapy
|Chandra Girish1* and Rati2|
|1MPT (Orthopaedics) Student, Department of Physiotherapy, Lovely Professional University Punjab, India|
|2Assistant Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, Lovely Professional University Punjab, India|
|Corresponding Author :||Chandra Girish
Student, Department of Physiotherapy
Lovely Professional University Punjab, India
E-mail: [email protected]
|Received May 06, 2013; Accepted July 30, 2013; Published August 02, 2013|
|Citation: Girish C, Rati (2013) Efficacy of Clinical Pilates Exercises and McKenzie Exercises In Non Specific Low Backache. J Nov Physiother 3:164. doi: 10.4172/2165-7025.1000164|
|Copyright: © 2013 Girish C, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.|
Background and purpose: Non-specific low back pain (NSLBP) or mechanical low back pain has become a significant problem due to high healthcare utilization, rising costs of care and perceived limitations of effectiveness of many current treatments. It is a significant source of long-term disability and absence from work and a substantial burden in industrialized societies. The purpose of the study was to compare the effects of clinical Pilate exercises in comparison with McKenzie exercises in reducing pain, disability and improving lumbar flexibility in patients with nonspecific low back pain and also to compare the effectiveness of clinical Pilates exercises over McKenzie exercises on pain, disability and flexibility in non-specific low back pain.
Materials and methods: The research design is quasi experimental design with comparative in nature.60 subjects with non specific low back pain ,Age group of (18 to 40) Mean+SD A (24.77+3.674) B (25.33+3.527) years were included in the study by convenient Sampling according to inclusion & exclusion criteria. Pre test readings of pain by NPRS, Functional disability by Modified Oswestry low back pain and disability index scale and lumbar flexibility by sit and reach test of patients in both the groups were taken before the intervention. Group-A received clinical Pilate’s exercises protocol and Group-B received McKenzie exercises protocol for 45 min/day, two sessions per week for 4 week.
Results: According to data analysis, the t value of NPRS, ODI, Lumbar Flexibility are 3.944 (p<0.05), 2.298 (p<0.05), 9.181 (p<0.05) respectively.
Conclusion and clinical signification: The study concludes that Clinical Pilates exercises and McKenzie exercises both are equally significant in reducing pain and disability but clinical Pilates exercises is more significant in improving the flexibility in Non-Specific low backache patient.