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The focus of this project is on developing and optimizing community-based programs for the self-management of back or neck pain for individuals from populations that experience health disparities (BP-PEHD). Community-engaged research approach will be used to conduct quality improvement activities that involves gathering feedback from multiple stakeholders to inform development of the study interventions and materials which will be followed by a randomized pilot study to evaluate feasibility.
It has been reported that gait coordination changes in patients with chronic low back pain, walking slower, taking shorter steps and having asymmetrical stride lengths compared to their healthy peers. In addition to many factor cause gait dysfunction, sacroiliac joint dysfunction might be one of reason of these problems. A study examining the effects of sacroiliac joint dysfunction on gait and disability in individuals with chronic low back pain has not been found in the literature. Therefore, the aim of this study is to evaluate the gait parameters and disability of individuals with chronic low back pain and to reveal their relationship with sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
The aim of the study is to determine the effect of muscle energy technique versus myofascial release on cervical and lumbar pain in premenopausal women with fibromyalgia
Non-specific chronic low back pain (LBP) can be managed with a variety of treatments such as educational programmes, behavioural therapy, acupuncture, medication, electrophysical agents, manual therapy and exercise therapy. Although the above therapies are widely used, they show limited effect at best, with frequent recurrences of LBP. There is insufficient data to prove that one type of exercise is superior to another. Manual therapy is a common therapeutic method used in the treatment of LBP. Therefore, we hypothesised that manual therapy combined with therapeutic exercises would lead to a greater reduction in back pain and improvement in functional status. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of 6 weeks of manual therapy combined with therapeutic exercise on pain and functional status in subjects with chronic non-specific low back pain.
To date, there have been limited clinical trials conducted to determine the effects of manual therapy combined with passive stretching and inclined board standing for treating low-back pain. This will be the first randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effects of these integrated interventions. The study aims to develop a new approach towards the cost-effective management of low-back pain, in line with the World Health Organization's (WHO) vision of maximizing health outcomes, preventing disability, and reducing the cost of care.
Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a major public health problem. Multidisciplinary functional rehabilitation program (FRP), which give patients the skills to better manage pain and return to physical activity, are effective in the short term. In the medium and long term, due to lack of motivation, two thirds of patients stop their physical activity again, causing them to fall back into the vicious circle of pain. Investigators hypothesise that a remote assessment and motivational support program (MSP) based on an application, piloted by a care coordinator, could allow the continued improvement of symptoms and activities observed after the FRP programs, and thus limit the consequences of CLBP for the patient and society. The main objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of the motivational support program EMOTIV, on disability and pain at one year, in chronic low back pain patients who have benefited from a FRP program.
The goal of this clinical trial is to examine the effect of mulligan straight leg raise versus slump stretching on pain, disability and hip range of motion in patient with low back pain. . Convenient sampling technique will be used to enroll the patients. Patients will be inquire into basis of pre formulated eligibility criteria. Written Consent will be taken from each patient before starting interventional sessions. Sample size of this study will consist on the participants who will qualify for both inclusion an exclusion criteria. Both groups will receive ultrasonic therapy and hot pack therapy as baseline treatment. Group A will receive mulligan straight leg raise and group B will receive slump stretching. The assessment of patients will be done at baseline, 4th and 8th week. The outcomes from patients will be calculated by using Visual Analogue Scale (VAS), Goniometer and ODI. The comparison between pre-treatment and post-treatment data will be done after 8th week. Data will be analyzed through SPSS 25.
The goal of this interventional study is to investigate the effectiveness of an acute bout of exercises on pain sensitivity and clinical pain among adults with Chronic Low Back Pain. The following question will be answered in this research Q1: Is acute bout of exercise effective in reducing pain among adults with Chronic Low Back Pain? Participants who agree to participate and sign the informed consent will be randomized to one of three groups: Group 1: Isometric exercise with neutral language and no verbal suggestion consisting of 1 rep of wall squat, 3 min or to volitional fatigue at 100° knee angle;(n=30). Group 2: Isometric exercise with neutral language and no verbal suggestion consisting of 3 reps of wall squat, 3 min or to volitional fatigue at 100°degree knee angle, 30-sec rest between rep, ;(n=30). Group 3 (Control group): true control (do nothing);(n=30).
This study aims to compare two different spinal manual therapy interventions of the back to determine if they are viable and acceptable for a future study investigating the treatment of patients with back pain. The two proposed spinal manual therapy interventions are widely used in the fields of chiropractic, physical therapy, osteopathy, and manual medicine to treat back pain and improve function. This is a randomized study, meaning that participants are randomly assigned (like tossing a coin) to one of two manual spinal therapy interventions.
This study aims of to investigate whether combining cognitive training to exercise and Pain Neuroscience Education will contribute to reduction of pain and associated symptoms (i.e., catastrophizing, fear of movement, disability) in individuals with low back pain (LBP).