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A Study on Correlation Coefficients between Lumbosacral Balance and Low Back Pain

  • Journal of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Abbr : JKMR
  • 2011, 21(1), pp.115-123
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy Of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

이동은 1 김형길 1 Woong Hee Cho 1 박원형 1 Cha Yun Yeop 1

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ABSTRACT

Objectives :This study was designed to investigate the correlation coefficients among Oswestry low-back pain disability index(ODI), Roland-Morris disability questionnaire (RMD), visual analogue scale(VAS), lumbar lordosis angle(LLA), Cobb's angle and Ferguson's angle(FA). Methods :We measured LLA, Cobb's angle, and FA of 42 students. Then we researched ODI, RMD and VAS of all students, and analyzed correlations coefficient among all of them. Results :1. There was significant correlation among VAS, RMD, ODI. 2. There was significant correlation between ODI and Cobb's angle. 3. There was no significant correlation between LLA, FA, Cobb's angle and VAS. 4. There was no significant correlation among LLA, FA, Cobb's angle and RMD. Conclusions :According to above results, there was no significant correlation between lumbosacral balance and low back pain except between ODI and Cobb's angle. On the other hand, there was significant correlation among RMD, ODI and VAS.

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