Comparative study of stretching versus strengthening exercise for anterior shin splint
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 8, Pages 443-449
AbstractAim:This study aims to demonstrate that stretching exercises in the anterior jaw splint are more effective than strengthening exercise.
Objective:The goal of this research is to see how stretching and strengthening exercises affect athletes.
Methodology:20 subjects based on addition and exclusion criteria, study system: Individual of SCPT. Materials: mat, towel, steps. Sample technique: Random control technique. Study Design: Pilot Study. Sample mode: Convenient model: Outcome measures: NPRS, MTSS (intermediate tibial pressure syndrome level). The intervention was given for 4 weeks, 5 days / week. The NPRS and MTSS baseline analysis was performed before the intervention began. Lessons were given at 4 weeks of intervention, followed by a follow-up test to investigate the long-term effects of the intervention. Because the difference between post-test I and post-test II was considerable, the results were delayed.when the SD values were compared.
Conclusion:Therefore, it has been concluded that stretching exercises are more effective than strengthening exercise in reducing the NPRS and MTSS of athletes.
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