Postural Disharmony in Relation to the Back Pain and Physiotherapeutic Rehabilitation
Hajrije Hundozi-Hysenaj, Vale Hysenaj, Vlore Hysenaj, Ismet Shalaj
Acta Inform Med. 2012; 20(2): 103-105
Introduction: Postural attitude is putting the body at attention as an important factor in the prevention of spinal deformities axis and thus the back pains due to changes in articulacio sacroiliaca (ASI), lumbal syndrome (SL), cervical syndrome (SC) and others. Purpose: The purpose of this research is to determine the level of impact of spinal muscular misbalance that affects daily life activities, physiotherapeutic protocol according to Dr. MC Gill’s, and senso-motoric exercises to reduce the pain that backpack. In this material were included 43 patients, 13 males and 30 females aged 18 to 50 years old who were inculded in the second and third degree after completing a survey of ODI’s–the index of disability (Oswestry Disability Index). Results: The results obtained show that after the protocol of physiotherapeutic Dr. MC Gill’s, and senzoro-motor exercise significantly decrease pain in the back which confirmed the results of the questionnaire according to ODI, where it is seen that out of 30 patients with complaints of second-degree or 69.8%, and 13 patients or 30.2% that have been complaints of third degree with significant disorders of activity of daily life before rehabilitation treatment. The results obtained after three-month rehabilitation treatment according ODIT’s questionnaire (Oswestry Disability Index) show that 31 patients have complaints of first instance or 72.1%, then 9 patients have complaints or 20.9% of second level and 3 patients or 7.0% remained in the third degree of apparent disorder of daily life activity. Conclusion: From this we can highlight the misbalance of muscles of the body is one of the leading causes of back pain.
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