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Data will be collected in Hussain Memorial Hospital by taking informed consent. Randomised clinical trial is conducted taking thirty patients of both genders with confirmed diagnoses of cervical radiculopathy, their ages ranged from 25 to 60. A cluster of winner to rule out patient with cervical radiculopathy. They will be randomly assigned into two groups by the lottery method. Group A will receive conventional treatment and of spinal mobilization with arm movement (intervention 1) Group B will receive conventional treatment and positional SNAGs (intervention 2). The treatment will be conducted at a frequency of three sessions per week for four weeks. Two values will be taken, one as baseline and the other at end of the session. Then follow up the patient to rule out which intervention is more effective than the other. Neck Disability Index, Numeric Pain Rating Scale and ROM will be used to measure outcomes.


Clinical Trial Description

the objective of the study is To compare the effect of spinal mobilization with arm movement and positional SNAGs on pain and disability in cervical radiculopathy patients. Design: The study design will be Randomized ClinicalTrial Sample size will be Samplung Technique will be Consecutive sampling technique Inclusion Criteria: - Both genders >Symptoms duration more than 6 months. >Age 25 -60 >Patient have confirm diagnosis of radiculopathy of cervical origin, - NPRS‚Č•5 >Cluster of Wainner 3positiveout of 4 Exclusion Criteria: >Malignancy >Infection (such as osteomyelitis or diskettes) >Osteoporosis >Inflammatory arthritis >Fracture >Pregnancy >Uncontrolled hypertension or cardiovascular disease >Carotid or vertebral artery disease. >Trauma cases Tool: NDI NPRS Inclinometer. Data will be collected in Hussain Memorial Hospital by taking informed consent. Randomised clinical trial is conducted taking thirty patients of both genders with confirmed diagnoses of cervical radiculopathy, their ages ranged from 25 to 60. A cluster of winner to rule out patient with cervical radiculopathy. They will be randomly assigned into two groups by the lottery method. Group A will receive conventional treatment and of spinal mobilization with arm movement (intervention 1) Group B will receive conventional treatment and positional SNAGs (intervention 2). The treatment will be conducted at a frequency of three sessions per week for four weeks. Two values will be taken, one as baseline and the other at end of the session. Then follow up the patient to rule out which intervention is more effective than the other. Neck Disability Index, Numeric Pain Rating Scale and ROM will be used to measure outcomes. ;


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NCT number NCT05191537
Study type Interventional
Source Riphah International University
Contact Muhammad Sanaullah, MS
Phone 03224819253
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date December 1, 2021
Completion date April 10, 2022

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