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 Vol 26: The Effect of Sacroiliac Joint Mobilization on Pelvic Deformation and the Static Balance Ability of Female University Students with SI Joint Dysfunction.


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This article is from Journal of Physical Therapy Science, volume 26.AbstractPurpose The present study aimed to determine the effect of an 8-week program of joint mobilization on changes in pelvic obliquity and pain level in seventeen female university students aged in their 20’s with sacroiliac joint dysfunction by dividing them into two groups: a joint mobilization group MWM and a control group. Subjects Seventeen subjects were selected from female university students aged in their 20’s attending N University in Cheon-An City, Korea, The subjects had sacroiliac joint syndrome, but experienced no problems with daily living and had no previous experience of joint mobilization exercise. The subjects were randomly assigned to a joint mobilization group of eight and a control group of nine who performed joint mobilization exercise. Methods Body fat and lean body mass were measured using InBody 7.0 Biospace, Korea. The Direct Segmental Multi-frequency Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Method DSM-BIA was used for body composition measurement. A pressure footstool Pedoscan, DIERS, Germany and a trunk measurement system Formetric 4D, DIERS, Germany, a 3D image processing apparatus with high resolution for vertebrae, were used to measure 3D trunk images of the vertebrae and pelvis obliquity, as well as static balance ability. Result The MWM group showed a significantly better Balance than the control group. In addition, the results of the left-right and the front-rear balance abilities were significantly better than those of the control group. Conclusion This study proved that a combination of mobilization with movement and functional training was effective in reducing pelvis malposition and pain, and improving static stability control.



Autor: Son, Jeong-Hyun; Park, Gi Duck; Park, Hoo Sung

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