Comparing the Effects of Neck Stabilization Exercises Verses Dynamic Exercises Among Patients Having Nonspecific Neck Pain With Forward Head Posture

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    Dow University of Health Sciences
Updated on 2 February 2023


the objective of this randomized clinical trial is to compare the effectiveness of neck stabilization exercises versus neck dynamic exercises in patients having non specific neck pain with forward head posture for pain intensity, correction of forward head posture, increasing Range of movement and decrease functional disability. the study is being conducted at physiotherapy department of institute of physical medicine and rehabilitation (Dow university of health sciences) total 60 patients with non specific neck pain with forward head posture recruited by non-probability sampling technique initially screening done by consultant physicians who is blinded to the treatment given to patients. patient are included in study who fulfill inclusion criteria and sign the consent form. patients then randomly allocated to both treatment groups using computer generated randomization sheet. baseline assessment is taken at first session after providing 9 treatment of stabilizing exercises to group1 and dynamic exercises to group 2 session post assessment will be done on goniometry, NDI, VAS and plumb line at last session at third week.

Condition Non-specific Neck Pain
Treatment Stabilization Exercises, Dynamic exercises
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05298631
SponsorDow University of Health Sciences
Last Modified on2 February 2023

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