"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2019, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Part D
Relationship between degree of foot pronation and disability associated with low back painAuthor(s):
Amar Prakash and Sangeeta MauryaAbstract:
A cross sectional study was conducted on 50 subjects of age group 20 – 50 years. Low back pain is a major cause of disability affecting performance at work. Abnormal foot posture and function have been implicated with low back pain. Hence a need was identified to find out correlation between foot pronation and disability associated with low back pain. The mean of ODI score (% disability) for right for 1st
, & 3rd
degree was 24.72±10.31, 32.57 ±8.82 & 27.33±11.71 respectively & left foot was 24.70 ±10.57, 31.64±8.52 & 27, 25.00 ±15.55 with p =0.058, F= 3.0311 & p= 0.081, F= 2.654 respectively.
Conclusion: A negative relationship was found between the ODI score (% disability) and degrees of foot pronation Pages: 227-231 | 335 Views 9 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Amar Prakash, Sangeeta Maurya. Relationship between degree of foot pronation and disability associated with low back pain. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(5):227-231.