Effectiveness of Flutter Kicks in Patients with Low Back Pains
Pain is a defence mechanism designed to make the subject protect an injured part from further damage. Low back pain (LBP), perhaps more accurately called as Lumbago or lumbosacral pain or lower back pain, which occurs below the 12th rib and above the gluteal folds. Low back pain is the 5th most common reason for physician visits, which affects nearly 60-80% of people throughout their lifetime. The study was experimental, with 50 samples selected conveniently. Data was collected by using Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire. It has been proved significant that there is Average improvement of 45.96. The result of experimenting the effectiveness of flutter kicks among 50 individuals on the lower back both in supine and prone is proved significantly effective on the patients who has undergone the treatment for five sessions of 5 days. There is a significant improvement in the pain, range of motion, mobility of the spine, activities of daily living who underwent FLUTTER KICK exercises for both Abdomen and the Lower Back. LBP has as become the highest in all the participants.
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