The Effect of Central Stability Exercise on Risk of Falling in Elderly Women with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain
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1Faculty of Physical Education Karaj Azad University Department of sports injury and Corrective Exercises
2kharazmi University
3Iran University of Medical Sciences
Abstract
low Back pain is one of the major disorders of the neuromuscular system. For this reason, many studies on the causes, prevention and treatment have been performed. However, no fixed therapy has existed due to the complexity and unknown nature and mechanisms of this type of back pain. The objective of the present study is to investigate the effect The Effect of Central Stability Exercise on Risk of Falling in Elderly Women with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain.
the present study was a quasi - experimental study with a pretest-posttest design with a control group. For this purpose, 40 Elderly Women patients with non-specific chronic low back To selected by convenience sampling in two experimental (N=20) and control (N=20) groups. experimental group performed the four weeks Central Stability Exercise. In order to assess Risk of Falling in Elderly Women with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain, Desmond Fall Risk Questionnaire was used. one-way statistical analysis of covariance was used (p≤0/05). Also, data were analyzed by SPSS software, version 22.
The findings of this study showed that Central Stability Exercise had significance effect on Risk of Falling in Elderly Women with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain to compared the Control group (p≤0/05).
results showed that the effect of four weeks Central Stability Exercise on Risk of Falling in Elderly Women with Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain had a significant compared the Control group. It therapists recommended to include Central Stability Exercise in order to enhance these variables.
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