Effect of Faradic Foot Bath on Flexible Flat FootJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2018-07-05
Authors : Veerpreet Kaur Paramjeet Kaur Kavita Kaushal;
Page : 556-558
Keywords : Faradic Foot Bath; Flexible Flat Foot; Staheli's Arch Index;
Background Flatfoot is a condition in which the there is reduction in medial longitudinal arch Interventions used to attempt to correct excessive pronation include Faradic Foot Bath, orthotics and corrective exercises programme. Therefore the purpose of the study is to describe the outcome for a series of patient with Flexible Flat Foot who will be treated with Physical therapy treatment program, given by the researcher. Design An Observational Study. Method The Study sample included 30 subjects of age group 18-28years. Subjects were then asked to sign the Consent form and gave their will regarding being enrolled in the study. During the assessment, subjects were assessed by the Staheli's Arch Index. Assessments were done as per the Assessment form. All the patients were received total intervention for 3 Weeks. The patients were assessed at baseline and after 3 Weeks. Results After statistical analysis, a significant improvement was found in the Staheli's Arch Index. The level of improvement (pless than0.0001) was significant high with Faradic Foot Bath on Flexible Flat Foot. Conclusion The present study has concluded that Faradic Foot Bath is effective foe 3 weeks in the management of flexible flat foot. However, it was statistically significant found in this study.
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