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Abstract

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MULLIGAN LUMBAR SNAG FOR CHRONIC NON SPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN

M. Sandhiya*, P. Senthil Selvam and Abdul Vaaris M. R.

ABSTRACT

Background & Purpose: Non-Specific Low Back Pain (NSLBP) is used to refer to instances where no specific cause has been identified. The incidence of NSLBP is higher in workers who frequently maintain a static posture for prolonged period. Mulligan Lumbar SNAG will reduce Chronic Non-Specific Low Back Pain (CNSLBP) when given along with conventional treatment. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of Mulligan Lumbar SNAG combined with Lumbar Stabilization Exercises and Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercises for Cnslbp. Methods: 62 subjects with CNSLBP were randomly divided into 2 groups. Group A received Mulligan Lumbar SNAG along with Lumbar Stabilization Exercises. Group B received Mulligan Lumbar SNAG along with Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercises. Interventions were carried out for 4 weeks (3 sessions per week). Outcome Measures were Visual Analogue Scale, Lumbar ROM, Oswestry Disability Index. Measurements were recorded before and after the end of the treatment period. Results: The Current Study shows that both the groups significantly improved the Pain Severity, Range of Motion and Disability (p<0.0001).Conclusion: The current study shows that both the groups significantly improved the Pain Severity, Range of Motion and Disability. However, Group A shows better improvements in Pain Severity and Disability when compared to Group B. Group B shows better improvements in Lumbar ROM when compared to Group A.

Keywords: Non-Specific Low Back Pain, Mulligan Lumbar SNAG, Lumbar Stabilization Exercises, Dynamic Lumbar Strengthening Exercises.


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