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The Inspiratory Muscle Training in Patient With Non-Specific Chronic Neck Pain

2019-08-18 20:09:22 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The aim of the present study is to investigate the effects of additional functional inspiratory muscle training in individuals with non-specific chronic neck pain.

Description

Patients participating in the study will be divided two parallel groups. The patients in study group will instruct to perform both functional inspiratory muscle training and conventional treatments for neck pain, the patients in the control group will instruct to perform just conventional treatments. The severity of the pain, disability, fear of movement and depression levels will be assessed by visual analog scale, neck disability index, Tampa Scale of kinesiophobia and beck depression inventory, respectively. Neck postures (craniovertebral angle) will be evaluated by photogrammetric method.Endurance of deep cervical flexor muscles will be measured using Stabilizer Pressure Biofeedback Unit with cranio-cervical flexion test. Pain threshold will be measured by algometer from the middle point of upper trapezius. Cervical proprioceptions will be evaluated by laser pointer method in the right and left rotational directions. In addition, diaphragma thickness will be measured by two-dimensional ultrasonography. Assessments were repeated before and after the treatment.

Study Design

Conditions

Neck Pain

Intervention

Conventional plus Functional Inspiratory Muscle Training Group, Conventional Physiotherapy Program

Location

Dokuz Eylul University, Department of Neurosurgery
Izmir
Inciraltı
Turkey
35340

Status

Recruiting

Source

Dokuz Eylul University

Results (where available)

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