2019, Vol. 6, Issue 4, Part B
A comparison of Kinesiotaping versus coordinating training exercises in non-specific subacute lowback pain & disabilityAuthor(s):
Dr. Yukti and Dr. Mukesh SharmaAbstract: Background:
Various studies have determined the effect of strengthening exercises, spinal mobilization and hamstring stretching on Non-specific low back pain (NSLBP). However comparison between the effect of Kinesiotaping and coordination exercises has not been reported so far.
Objective: To study the effectiveness of Kinesiotaping in patients with NSLBP.
Study design: Experimental study.
Methodology: 60 patients having Subacute NSLBP (female, male) fulfilling the inclusion and exclusion criteria were recruited and were randomly allocated in two groups. Group A subjects were treated with application of Kinesiotape in X shape on Centre point of pain and group B subjects were given with co-ordination exercises. Pain and functional ability were depicted by using VAS scale and Roland Morris (RM) Disability score respectively.
Data analysis: Data Analysis was done by using SPSS version 15.0.
Result: Significant changes were seen between & within both groups for VAS and functional ability.
Conclusion: Study proves that Kinesiotaping has significant effect in the management of Sub-acute NSLBP.Pages: 114-116 | 577 Views 14 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
How to cite this article:
Dr. Yukti, Dr. Mukesh Sharma. A comparison of Kinesiotaping versus coordinating training exercises in non-specific subacute lowback pain & disability. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(4):114-116.