Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Problems in Untrained Exercising Individuals
Objective: To find untrained exercising individuals and to find out which all musculoskeletal problems arises due to untrained exercising individuals.
Method: A total 100 subjects were included both males and females between age group 20 to 40 among which 51 were males and 49 were females. The subjects were explained about Mc. Gill questionnaire and were asked to rate the pain according to VAS in reference to before practising unsupervisedexercise and after practisingun supervised exercising.
Results: The prevalence rateof musculoskeletal problem in untrained exercising individuals is 84 %.
Conclusion: It is found that musculoskeletal problem increased after practicing untrained exercises and pain was increased in the individuals and the most affected area was low back area, type of pain found to be more was sensory and intermittent type in relation to time.
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