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Back Care in Physiotherapy: A Comparative Study of Outcome Measures


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1 Department of Community Medical Sciences in Physiotherapy, V. S. P. M's College of Physiotherapy, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
     

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Low back pain is common. The important factor is to prevent the pain from becoming chronic leading to disability. The most frequently reported risk indicators are heavy physical work, bending, twisting, lifting, pulling and pushing, repetitive work, static postures and vibrations. Physical therapy procedures are among the many forms of treatment that are used for the rehabilitation of people with Low back pain. The treatment of people with LBP also often includes instructions about back care.

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Low Back Pain, Ergonomics And Work Related Low Back Pain
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Authors

Malik Shazia
Department of Community Medical Sciences in Physiotherapy, V. S. P. M's College of Physiotherapy, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Y. Pallavi
Department of Community Medical Sciences in Physiotherapy, V. S. P. M's College of Physiotherapy, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Low back pain is common. The important factor is to prevent the pain from becoming chronic leading to disability. The most frequently reported risk indicators are heavy physical work, bending, twisting, lifting, pulling and pushing, repetitive work, static postures and vibrations. Physical therapy procedures are among the many forms of treatment that are used for the rehabilitation of people with Low back pain. The treatment of people with LBP also often includes instructions about back care.

Keywords


Low Back Pain, Ergonomics And Work Related Low Back Pain