To Find Out the Effectiveness of Modified Pilates Based Exercise in Patient with Non Specific Chronic Low Back Pain

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International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) | Volume VII, Issue III, March 2020 | ISSN 2321–2705

To Find Out the Effectiveness of Modified Pilates Based Exercise in Patient with Non Specific Chronic Low Back Pain

Abirami
Clinical Therapist, SRM College of Physiotherapy, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur-603203, India

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Abstract:-
Aim of the Study: The aim of the study is to find out the effectiveness of modified Pilates based exercise in patient with non specific chronic low back pain.
Method of Study: A total ten patients with age of 18-60 years based on inclusion and exclusion criteria in patient with non specific chronic low back pain selected.
Duration of treatment was 4 weeks .the outcome measure are analyzed before and after with use of visual analogy scale
Result: – At the end of the treatment program there was significant relief of pain and improve core muscle strength sub maximally in patient treated with modified Pilates based exercise.
Conclusion:- From this study it was concluded that Modified Pilates based exercise is effective to relive pain and improve core muscle strength sub maximally in patient with non specific chronic low back pain.

I. INTRODUCTION

The Pilates method is a unique approach to training mind-body awareness and control of movement and posture. Pilates technique aim to specifically train the “core muscle” sub maximally to increase tone and strength of muscles, to length and stretch the lumbar spine that decreasing compression of the joints, and cause an alteration in the tilt of the pelvis. The efficient movement patterns that are taught help keep joints healthy. The focused breathing exercise increase lung capacity and circulation. The exercises encourage awareness and control over your body; will improve your strength, balance, flexibility, co-ordination, posture and mental focus.