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A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Suspended Exercise and Functional Stabilization Exercise on the Intensity of Pain, Proprioception Functional and Movement Control Ability in Men with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain
Yousef Yarahmadi , Maliheh Hadadnezhad , Seyed Sadrodin Shojaodin
Sport Injuries and Corrective Exercises, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran , y.yarahmadi67@yaho.com
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Background and Aim: Non-specific chronic low back pain is the most common type of chronic low back pain. Rapid rehabilitation is a common aim of patients and HCPs. The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of suspended exercise and functional stabilization exercise on the intensity of pain, proprioception functional and movement control in men with non-specific chronic low back pain.
Methods: This study was performed in 2017. The study had a quasi–experimental, pre-test-post-test design and included a control group. Forty-five male patients with non-specific chronic low back pain, according to inclusion criteria, were randomly selected by convenience sampling in 3 equal groups of 15 patients. Then 2 experimental groups performed the training protocol. The protocol was 8 weeks of the 45 minute exercise program, three sessions per week of suspended exercises and the Functional Stabilization Exercise. To assess pain, proprioception, functional and movement control ability of the subject; visual analogue scale, Universal Goniometer in method Newcomer and the 6 test Luomajoki was used. After data collection, one-way statistical analysis of covariance and SPSS software version 18 was used for data analysis
Results: Both suspended exercises and Functional Stabilization had a significant effect on pain, proprioception, functional and movement control in subjects with non-specific chronic lower back pain (P≤0.05). Conducting a between-group comparison also showed that the pain, proprioception functional and movement control ability variables had the highest variation, which was related to the suspended exercises and Functional Stabilization, respectively.
Conclusion: According to these findings, Suspended Exercise provided greater recuperation than Functional Stabilization in patients with non-specific chronic lower back pain. However, further studies with a larger sample size are recommended to support the findings of the present study and to help prevent non-specific chronic lower back pain in men.
Keywords: Functional Stabilization, Proprioception, Movement Control, Low Back Pain
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Received: 2017/08/6 | Accepted: 2018/03/5 | Published: 2018/05/10
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Yarahmadi Y, Hadadnezhad M, Shojaodin S S. A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Suspended Exercise and Functional Stabilization Exercise on the Intensity of Pain, Proprioception Functional and Movement Control Ability in Men with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain. J Mil Med. 2018; 20 (2) :189-200
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