2019, Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part D
Epidemiology of low back pain: A literature reviewAuthor(s):
Arumay Jana and Dr. Asish PaulAbstract:
Today’s Science have done lot things easy, they produce human robot but can’t cure low back pain by a click. That is why in dynamic life, threatening of lower back pain increasing day by day. It crosses the limit to different age, sex, occupation and habits. Now it is time think about it. We aim to draw attention on epidemiology of low back pain in globally and India. Systematic review was adopted as design of the study. We adopted scientific electronic databases; PubMed, Embase, Medline, Google Scholar, Google Advance Search, Psyc INFO, ROAJ, DOAJR, Cochrane Database, ISI Web of Knowledge, Web of Science and critically analysed the entire relevant article according to the nature of this study. On basis of the information, we found that wideness of low back pain is unequal percentage throughout the globe due to factors like socio-economic conditions, nature of activity, habits etc. In India near about 8% peoples years lived with disability (YLD) due to low back problem and 4.6% peoples Disability-Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) in musculoskeletal disorder in India. Rate of change DALYs in respect of low back pain has been 1.2% to 2.3% between years 1990 to 2016.More multidimensional and number studies will require further investigate for accurate epidemiological structure of low back pain in world and India.Pages: 233-237 | 802 Views 40 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Arumay Jana, Dr. Asish Paul. Epidemiology of low back pain: A literature review. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(3):233-237.