The Effect of 6 week aquatic exercise with Naturopathy method on pain and disability in persons with non-specific Low back pain
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1Assistant professor of Department of physical education and sport science, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
2Assistant professor of Department of Sports Injury and Corrective Exercises, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Hakim Sabzevari University, Sabzevar, Iran
3Univercity raja QuazvinA
Abstract
Low back pain is one of the most common injuries that many people around the world suffer each year. Aquatic exercises for many years have been the basis of treatment for various types of back problems. Patients who practice in the water, to the cause floating less load on the joints they do feel. Naturopathy is natural treatment method that drug therapy has no role in it. Therefore the aim of this study was the effect of 6 week aquatic exercise with Naturopathy method on pain and disability in persons with non-specific Low back pain
statistical sample include 24 person that divided to two groups. Variables including is pain and disability assessment by Quebec questionnaire and questionnaire Osustery respectively in pre-test and post-test. Aquatic exercise Program was implemented over 6 weeks. Data analyzed by repeated measure ANOVA and t test in significance level 0.05.
Finding: Statistical results showed a significant difference between the experimental and control groups in pain and disability after exercise. Exercise in water resulted in a significant decrease in pain and disability in the experimental group (p≤0/05).
Exercising in the water reduced pain and disability in the experimental group, thereby raising the level of performance and quality of life in women with non-specific chronic low back pain. Given the positive effects of water training on reducing pain and improving disability in patients with non-specific chronic low back pain, it is recommended that these interventions be used as a complement to physiotherapy and medication therapy for these patients.
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