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The Effect of 8 weeks of Core stability with improving Knee Proprioception Training on Balance, Pain and Functional Disability in Women with Chronic Knee Pain. RSMT 2022; 20 (23) :111-122
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Considering the prevalence of pain and disability in the knee joint, the present study investigated the effect of core stability training with improving knee joint proprioception on balance, pain and functional disability of women with chronic knee pain. 20 women aged 30 to 50 with chronic knee pain were placed in two experimental and control groups. To measure static and dynamic balance, pain and functional disability, the stork balance tests, Y, VAS and VOMACK questionnaire were used, respectively. Exercises were followed for eight weeks in the experimental group. To evaluate the research hypotheses, the analysis of variance test with repeated measurements was used in spss software version 24. The results showed that before the exercise protocol, there was no significant difference between the control and experimental groups in any of the measured variables. While the eight-week training protocol caused a significant difference in static and dynamic balance, functional disability and pain between the control and experimental groups. Therefore, core stability training with improving knee joint proprioception increase balance in people with chronic knee pain, which can reduce the risk of falling in these people and improve the quality of life by improving pain and functional disability.
 
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: آسیب شناسی و حرکات اصلاحی
Received: 2021/04/5 | Accepted: 2022/09/1 | Published: 2022/09/1

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