PENATALAKSANAAN FISIOTERAPI PADA KONDISI LOW BACK PAIN et CAUSA SPONDYLOSIS LUMBAL DENGAN MODALITAS ULTRASOUND, TRANSCUTANEUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION DAN WILLIAM’S FLEXION EXERCISE DI RSUD KRATON PEKALONGAN
Low Back Pain et causa Spondylosis Lumbar is a degenerative process that
occurs in the corpus and the intervertebral disc due to a decrease in the density of
the corpus intervertebra and narrowing of the corpus intervertebral caused
thinning of the disc, along with lower back pain due to stress back muscles,
tendons, ligaments with symptoms such as Local pain not accompanied by
tingling, weakness or neurological disorders. Problems of physiotherapy include
pain silent press and motion in the lower back spasm, decreased trunk muscle
strength, range of motion limitations trunk, decreased functional activity. In this
case the selected intervention technologies to overcome the above problems by
using ultrasound modality, transcutaneus electrical nerve stimulation and
William's flexi exercise. Design research with descriptive method used in the
preparation of scientific papers is a case study. The taking of scientific papers is
done in RSUD Kraton Pekalongan.
Based therapy that has been done obtained the following results: (1)
decrease in silent pain becomes T6 T1 = 8 = 2, the tenderness T1 = 2 to T6 = 1,
and the motion pain becomes T1 = 4.8 T6 = 1, (2) a decrease in muscle spasm at
T1 = spasm, at T6 = spasm but decreases, (3) an increase in muscle strength m.
Flexor trunk T1 = 2 to T6 = 3, at m. extensor trunk T1 = 2 to T6 = 3, (4) an
increase in the scope of flexion trunk T1 = 4 to T6 = 6, the extension trunk T1 = 4
to T6 = 6, lateral dextra trunk T1 = 3 to T6 = 8, lateral sinistra Trunk T1 = 8 to T6
= 9 (5) an increase in functional activity T1 = 18% to T6 = 2%.
With the results obtained it can be concluded that the use of the modalities
of physiotherapy with ultrasound, transcutaneus electrical nerve stimulation and
William's flexi physiotherapy exercise can help the problems arising from low
back pain lumbar spondylosis et causa.
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