Remote Exercise Programs and Preventive Training in Asymptomatic Individuals

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    Hacettepe University
Updated on 2 October 2022
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In recent years, it has been emphasized that preventive approaches are a less costly and more effective way to treat a pathology. Primary preventive approaches should become widespread, especially in problems with changeable risk factors such as spine health. Various preventive approaches and exercise training seem to be an effective way to prevent the development of back and neck pain. Again, in recent years, the pandemic process has increased the interest and need for tele-rehabilitation. As a result, scientific research results on tele-rehabilitation are needed as a necessity to adapt to the Covid-19 epidemic and the globalizing world. The aim of the thesis study planned in this context is to investigate the effectiveness of remote exercise applications on lumbar and cervical region muscle architecture and functionality in asymptomatic individuals.Another aim of this study is to investigate the remote applicability of functional level, quality of life, kinesophobia and cognitive assessment.

Condition Healthy People
Treatment Exercise, Remotely and face to face evaluation of Functional Capacity Level, Quality of life, Kinesophobia, Cognitive Level
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04704570
SponsorHacettepe University
Last Modified on2 October 2022

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