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Abstract

TO COMPARE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DYNAMIC LUMBAR STRENGTHENING EXERCISE AND MOTOR CONTROL EXERCISE IN OBESE INDIVIDUAL WITH MECHANICAL LOW BACK PAIN

*Logeshwari Selvaraj and Rogesh Kumar

ABSTRACT

Background: Motor Control Learning approach is used to retrain the optimal control and coordination of the Spine. The pre activation of the deep trunk muscles, with progression towards more complex and in its static, dynamic and functional task integrating activation of deep and global trunk muscles will facilitate the muscle to maintain its strength and reduce mechanical low back pain. Hence the aim of this study is to Compare the Effectiveness of Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercise and Motor Control Exercise in Obese Individual with Mechanical Low Back Pain. Materials and Methods: A Quasi experimental study was for Obese Individual with Mechanical Low Back Pain N= 60 and divided into two groups Group A (Motor control Exercise), N = 30 and Group B(Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercise) N = 30 using convenient sampling method. And Subjects were followed up and were assessed using pre and post values of Numerical pain rating scale, Oswestry disability index for a period of 8 weeks with intervention duration of 30 minutes daily. Result: Group A (Motor Control Exercise) mean value of NPRS: 2.57±1.25, ODI: 24.88±6.46. Group B (Lower Dynamic Strengthening Exercise) mean value of NPRS: 2.73±1.53, ODI: 24.39±5.88. Conclusion: The present study concluded that there was significant improvement in Group A (Motor Control Exercise) and Group B (Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercise) in numerical pain rating scale and Oswestry disability index. But there was clinically significant improvement in reduction of pain in Group B (Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercise) NPR scale than Group A (Motor Control Exercise).

Keywords: Motor Control Exercise, Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercise, low back pain.


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