Biomechanica Hungarica, Évf. 3, Szám 1

Correspondence of biomechanical changes in respect of pain score and psychological status after the standard and enhanced spine stabilisation trainings

Bors István, Varga Péter Pál, Kiss Rita


Low back pain is one of the leading causes of disability. Exercise therapy is a management strategy that is widely used in low back pain. The aim of our study was to investigate the results of standard and enhanced exercise therapy. 15 patients who had low back pain were involved in the study, none of the patients had had spinal operations before. In the fi rst group the patients did the exercises every day at home. The patients of the second group did the exercises 3 times a week. For the biomechanical measurement we used the Spinal Mouse, a computer associated device, based on electromagnetic impulses. For estimating pain we used the 3D pain questionnaire (West-Haven-Yale Multidimensional Pain Inventory [WHYMPI]).

In the outline analysis there was a signifi cant rise in the capacity (p

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