The effect of early rehabilitation program on the wrist motion, hand strength pain intensity and quality of life in people wrist ganglion cyst surgery

Poster Presentation
Paper ID : 1687-12THCONG
1Physical Education,Department of Education of District 4 , Isfahan, Iran
2Faculty of Rehabilitation, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran
3Exercise Pathology and Corrective Exercises, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Isfahan
The human hand is a specilalized segment and is different from other living beings, which is the most common symptom of ganglion cysts, often caused behind the wrist, and may be detrimental to hand function. The aim was to compare and compare the effects of early pain rehabilitation, strength gain, range of motion, motor function, and quality of life after wrist ganglion cyst surgery.
In this quasi-experimental study, 12 women with wrist-operated ganglion cysts were divided into 6 groups of massage and wrist muscles based on pain and BMI. Pain, range of motion, and quality of life were measured by VAS, dynamometer, goniometer, and Quik Desh questionnaire, respectively. Using SPSS software, ANCOVA and independent t-tests were used for data analysis (P = 5%).
In the first group, the variables of motor function, pain without power, ultimate pain, and in the second group, variables of pain, range of motion and quality of life with a mean of less than 5 hundred were statistically significant.
Patients as post-operative supplements can be used as pain relievers and as an enhancement of the range of motion of the splint and as a post-operative complications reduction massage therapist.