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Two different techniques in the rehabilitation treatment of low back pain: a randomized controlled trial

Two different techniques in the rehabilitation treatment of low back pain: a randomized controlled trial

Aim. The Back School is a widely accepted and effective method for treating low back pain, whereas no scientific evidence exists about the effects of the Pilates CovaTech method. With this study we wanted to evaluate the effi- cacy of this new method in patients with low back pain. Methods. Fifty-three patients with at least 3 months of nonspecific low…

Pilates-based therapeutic exercise: effect on subjects with nonspecific chronic low back pain and functional disability: a randomized controlled trial.

Pilates-based therapeutic exercise: effect on subjects with nonspecific chronic low back pain and functional disability: a randomized controlled trial.

STUDY DESIGN: A randomized controlled trial, prestestposttest design, with a 3-, 6-, and 12-month follow-up. OBJECTIVES: To investigate the efficacy of a therapeutic exercise approach in a population with chronic low back pain (LBP). BACKGROUND: Therapeutic approaches developed from the Pilates method are becoming increasingly popular; however, there have been no reports on their efficacy. METHODS AND MEASURES: Thirty-nine physically…

Yoga and pilates in the management of low back pain

Yoga and pilates in the management of low back pain

Abstract Many interventions for the management of low back pain exist, however most have modest efficacy at best, and there are few with clearly demonstrated benefits once pain becomes chronic. Therapeutic exercise, on the other hand, does appear to have significant benefits for managing patients with chronic low back pain (CLBP) in terms of decreasing pain and improving function. In…

Chiropractic and pilates therapy for the treatment of adult scoliosis.

Chiropractic and pilates therapy for the treatment of adult scoliosis.

Abstract OBJECTIVE: To describe the use of Pilates therapy and sacro-occipital technique in the management of a 39-year-old woman with scoliosis who had undergone spinal fusion many years earlier. CLINICAL FEATURES: The patient had progressive severe low back pain that had worsened over the years after her surgery and had prevented her from activities such as carrying her son or…

Rehabilitation after Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty A New Regimen Using Pilates Training

Rehabilitation after Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty A New Regimen Using Pilates Training

Abstract Rehabilitation after total hip and knee arthroplasty is a rapidly expanding discipline. With the introduction of minimally invasive techniques and the pressure of insurance regulations, postoperative rehabilitation has been placed on an accelerated track. As surgeons turn to more aggressive postoperative protocols and early entry into outpatient therapies, we introduce a pre- and postoperative program involving the Pilates method.…

Pilates Training for Use in Rehabilitation after Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: A Preliminary Report

Pilates Training for Use in Rehabilitation after Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: A Preliminary Report

Abstract Recently, a strong emphasis has been placed on establishing rehabilitation protocols after primary total hip and knee arthroplasty in an attempt to shorten, improve, and standardize the postoperative period of recovery. Less invasive surgical techniques, patient demands, and the pressure of insurance regulations have forced postoperative rehabilitation to be placed on an expedited scale. With these concerns in mind,…

The Effects of Pilates Exercise Training on Knee Proprioception – A Randomized Controlled Trial

The Effects of Pilates Exercise Training on Knee Proprioception – A Randomized Controlled Trial

SUMMARY Objective: There is a lack of data regarding the effect of Pilates exercise on position sense in literature. The aim was to determine the effects of Pilates exercise training on knee joint position sense. Meterial and method: 31 subject (Pilates group = 15 subjects, Control group = 16 subjects) mean aged 20.91 ± 0.99 years completed the study. PG…

Derivation of a Preliminary Clinical Prediction Rule for Identifying a Subgroup of Patients With Low Back Pain Likely to Benefit From Pilates-Based Exercise

Derivation of a Preliminary Clinical Prediction Rule for Identifying a Subgroup of Patients With Low Back Pain Likely to Benefit From Pilates-Based Exercise

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. OBJECTIVE: To derive a preliminary clinical prediction rule for identifying a subgroup of patients with low back pain (LBP) likely to benefit from Pilates-based exercise. BACKGROUND: Pilates-based exercise has been shown to be effective for patients with LBP. However, no previous work has characterized patient attributes for those most likely to have a successful outcome…

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