The effect of eight weeks selected training program on function in women with patellofemoral pain syndrome
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Karaj Azad University
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Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is common and affects approximately 15% of individuals at different ages and activity levels. As a non-surgical intervention, physiotherapy is widely used to treat PFPS. Neuromuscular training exercise is one of the most effective methods for decreasing musculoskeletal pain and improving knee function. However, the effectiveness of neuromuscular training exercise for treating PFPS is not without argument. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of The effect of eight weeks selected training program on function in women with patellofemoral pain syndrome
the present study was a quasi - experimental study with a pretest-posttest design with a control group. 30 housewives with patellofemoral pain syndrome in Bahar city of Hamedan province, aged 35-50 years old, participated in the study and were randomly assigned to experimental (n=15) and control (n=15) groups. The selected training program for the experimental group was conducted for eight weeks and three sessions each week, with full supervision of the exercises. The dependent variables including function were measured in 8 weeks. the performance of three single-legged lei were measured in of pre-test eight weeks. The research hypothesis test was performed using repeated measure ANOVA, dependent and independent t test at 0.05.
The findings of this study showed that selected training program had significance effect on function in Elderly Women with patellofemoral pain syndrome to compared the Control group (p≤0/05).
results showed that the effect of 8 selected training program had significance effect on function in Elderly Women with patellofemoral pain syndrome to compared the Control group. It therapists recommended to include 8 selected training program in order to enhance these variables.
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