Type of Article : Original Research
Year: 2015 | Volume 3 | Issue 4 | Page No. 1150-1155
Date of Publication: 11-08-2015
A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF IMPAIRMENT BASED EXERCISE AND RESISTED EXERCISE ON PAIN, FUNCTIONAL TASKS IN INDIVIDUAL WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
Camy A. Bhagat *1, Paras Bhura 2, Binti Patel 3, Jeemesha Patel 4.
*1,3,4 Shree B.G. Patel College of Physiotherapy, Anand, Gujarat, India.
2 Lecturer, BITS Institute of Physiotherapy, Varnama, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
Corresponding author: Camy A. Bhagat b/20, jayranchod society, Near Vishwabharti Colony, Waghodiya Road, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Ph. No.:7600058350.
Background: Osteoarthritis also known as degenerative joint disease it is a most common form of arthritis and a leading cause of disabilities word wide. Osteoarthritis results from cartilage destruction, progression deterioration of osteoarthritis causes the normally smooth, white, translucent articular cartilage to become dull, yellow, and granular. That exercise provision for patients with knee OA reduces the pain experienced and the functional incapacity suffered by a small to moderate degree.
Objective: To compare the effectiveness of Impairment based exercises and resisted exercise on pain, functional task in individual with knee OA.
Methods: 30 patients with knee osteoarthritis were randomized into three groups: group A (Impairment based exercise)(no of patients 10), group B (Resisted exercises)(no of patients 10), group c (control group) (no of patients 10) for 6 weeks exercise program. The outcome measures were VAS, WOMAC, LEFS.
Result: The experimental group A showed significant more improvement in VAS, LEFS and WOMAC compared with group B and C after intervention.
Conclusion: Impairment based exercises found to be more effective in improvement of function and reduction of pain in patients with knee OA.
KEY WORDS: Impairment Based Exercise, Resisted Exercise, Osteoarthritis.
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Camy A. Bhagat, Paras Bhura, Binti Patel, Jeemesha Patel. A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF IMPAIRMENT BASED EXERCISE AND RESISTED EXERCISE ON PAIN, FUNCTIONAL TASKS IN INDIVIDUAL WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Int J Physiother Res 2015;3(4):1150-1155. DOI: 10.16965/ijpr.2015.159