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The Effect of Manual Joint Mobilization on Pain, ROM, Body Function and Balance in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis
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The Effect of Manual Joint Mobilization on Pain, ROM, Body Function and Balance in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis
Lee, Nam-Young; Kwon, Chun-Suk; Song, Hyun-Seung;
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 Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate effect of the manual joint mobilization to the patients with knee osteoarthritis and to determine the effect of pain, range of motion, body function and balance after applying it. METHODS: The thirty participants who complained the knee pain were randomly assigned to control (Con) group (n=15) that received the general physical therapy and experimental (Exp) group (n=15) that received the applied the manual joint mobilization and the general physical therapy three times per week, 30 minutes per day for four weeks. It measured the visual analogue scale (VAS), the range of motion (ROM), body function (WOMAC) and balance (TUG). RESULTS: It showed the significantly different between the control group and experiment group in VAS, ROM and WOMAC. After 4 weeks, the experiment group was significantly different from other group in VAS, ROM and WOMAC. But the measurement of balance did not show the significantly difference within group and between groups. CONCLUSION: This results suggest that Manual joint mobilization was effective in pain, ROM, function in patient with knee osteoarthritis.
 Keywords
Function;Knee osteoarthritis;Mobilization;Pain;ROM;
 Language
Korean
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