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Effect of Strengthening Exercises in Psychometric Qualities in Non - Specific Back Pain

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 7)

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Page : 639-642

Keywords : Non-specific Back Pain; Numerical Pain Rating Scale; Functional Rating Index; Strengthening Exercises; Psychometric Qualities;

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Background Non-specific back pain remains the second most common symptom related reason for seeing a physician. The term non-specific indicates that no precise structure has been identified causing the pain. It includes common diagnosis, such as myofascial syndromes, muscle spasms, mechanical back pain, back sprain and back strain. Design An Observational Study. Method The Study sample included 30 subjects of age group 25- 40 years. Subjects were then asked to sign the Consent form and gave their will regarding being enrolled in the study. Subjects were made to perform Strengthening exercises. All the patients received total intervention for 5 days per week. The patients were assessed at baseline and after every week for 3 weeks. Results After statistical analysis, a significant improvement was found more in FRI than NPRS. The level of improvement (pless than 0.05) was significantly high with FRI than NPRS. Conclusion The present study has concluded that strengthening exercises are effective in psychometric qualities in non- specific back pain. As FRI and NPRS was used in this study and when there result was co-related it was found that FRI is more significant than NPRS.

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