A Case of Spinal Canal Stenosis with Sacroiliac Dysfunction:-Role of Physiotherapy
Keywords:Spinal Canal Stenosis, Sacroiliac joint dysfunction, M2T blade
Spinal stenosis is defined as the narrowing of the spinal canal, lateral recesses, or intervertebral foramina, which may cause bone or soft tissue to compress nerve root. Spinal Stenosis is most often attributed to degenerative changes. Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is the common term used to describe the joint pain related to disorientation of the joint structures. The main aim of this study is to reduce the pain and increase the strength of cervical, lumbar, sacral region, and shoulder joint. In this case study we used outcome measures like Numerical Pain Rating Scale (NPRS) for pain and Swiss Spinal Stenosis Score for severity of the disease and physical function. In Intervention M2T blade was used for soft tissue mobilization followed by dynamic spinal McKenzie mobilization in extension position with other conventional modalities. In Conclusion present case study report M2T blade mobilization with spinal McKenzie mobilization showed significant improvement in reducing pain and improving Quality of life
Andaloro, Alicia MS, PA-C Lumbar spinal stenosis, Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants: August 2019 - Volume 32 - Issue 8 - p 49-50 doi: 10.1097/01.JAA.0000569788.21941.ca
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