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Published: 08-06-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ycswgh4gv5.1
Contributors:
Manisha sarkar,
Asir Samuel,
Manu Goyal

Description

Compare the effectiveness of muscle energy technique and kinesiotaping in addition to conventional physiotherapy in patients with mechanical sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Our research hypothesis was to find out which treatment technique is more effective in above condition. Here, Participants age, height, weight, Body mass index were compared at baseline. Pain pressure threshold (PPT), Hand held dynamometer (HHD) and Modified oswestry disability index (MODI) were taken at baseline and after 2 week and after 4th week of intervention. Total 30 participants recruited according to selection criteria. After analysis we concluded that Muscle energy technique is more effective than kinesiotaping in mechanical sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

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