PERBEDAAN PENGARUH TERAPI SINAR INFRA MERAH DAN BACK EXERCISE TERHADAP NYERI PUNGGUNG BAWAH
The purpose of this study to determine differences in the effect of back exercises
to increase flexibility of the spine, the lower back pain and spinal flexibility, and
to investigate the interaction between type of therapy , low back pain.Type of
research is that the study is a quasi-experimental, with a pretest - posttest design
approach . With the method of taking samples is purposive incidental sampling
through inspection procedures to establish the diagnosis of lower back pain.The
results in this study are reduction in lower back pain and increase spinal flexibility
but there is no effect and a significant interaction between the type of physical
therapy to increase flexibility and decrease lower back pain , then there is no
significant difference between the type of therapy to lower back pain. Based on
the conclusions obtained the following results : The type of physical therapy
infrared and william flexi exercise compared with other types of physical therapy
infrared and Mc . Kenzie exercise.
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