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To Find the Acute Effect of Integrated Neuromuscular Inhibition technique (INIT) and Active Release technique on Numerical Pain Rating Scale and Lateral Cervical Flexion ROM in Patients with Subacute Trapezitis - A Comparative Study

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)

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Page : 1412-1415

Keywords : ART; INIT; cervical lateral flexion; NPRS; Trapezitis;

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Mechanical neck pain affects 45-54 % of general population while carrying sitting posture for prolong period of time which may sometimes leads to conditions like Trapezitis. It is the most common musculoskeletal disorder. Active release technique aims to return complete translation or relative motion to the full length of the affected soft tissue and to its adjacent soft-tissue structures. INIT is a combination of IC, PRT, MET.30subjects were selected and randomly allocated in either of GroupAINIT or GroupBART. Pre and Post data were taken, treatment was given for 4days. Result of present study shows there is significant improvement in ROM and NPRS in both the groups. Inter-group comparison shows no significant difference for ROM, and NPRS between the two groups as Pgreater than0.05. This study concludes that either treatment can be used clinically for decreasing cervical pain and improving ROM.

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