Effect of positional release technique along with high velocity low amplitude thrust in sacroiliac joint dysfunction

1Dr.Gauri s. Nikam, Dr. Amrutkuvar Rayjade, Dr. shraddha mohite, Dr.Amruta khilwani

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Abstract:

The purpose of this topic was to study the effect of positional release technique along with high velocity low amplitude thrust in sacroiliac joint dysfunction. 50 subjects diagnosed with sacroiliac joint dysfunction were included in this study. The age group 21-50 were added in the study. This subjects were allocated by lottery method into 2 groups (group A- hot moist pack, positional release technique and exercises &Group B- hot moist pack, positional release technique, high velocity low amplitude thrust and exercises). Before and after the treatment protocol the subjects were assessed for pain by Short Form Of Mcgill Questioner and Modified Oswestry low back pain questionnaire used for functional mobility. These outcome measures were analysed. Pre and post treatment protocol was analysed by using paired and unpaired t test. Data analysis showed extremely significance for both Short Form of Mcgill Questionnaire (p=0.0001) and Modified Oswestry low back pain questionnaire (p=0.0001). This study concluded that the positional release technique along with high velocity low amplitude thrust and exercises were more effective in decreasing pain and improving quality of life than using positional release therapy and exercises only and thus alternate hypothesis is accepted.

Keywords:

sacroiliac joints, McGill Pain Scale, spinal adjustments, chiropractics

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 5
Pages7633-7641

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