Breathing and Core Stability Exercise Effects on Lumbopelvic Pain

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    Riphah International University
Updated on 30 January 2023
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Lumbopelvic pain refers to self-reported pain in areas of lower region, anterior and posterior pelvic tilt or combination of these. Physical therapy interventions used are breathing exercises with and without core stability exercises. Tool used were Pain Pressure Algometer and Oswestry Disability Index.


Lumbopelvic pain is self-reported pain. It is common complaint for women after labour, and it is found that 25% of newly delivered women experienced low back and pelvic pain. Different interventions have been used to reduce the lumbopelvic pain in general including exercises, drugs, therapies and massage. An increasingly common approach used within physical therapy management are breathing exercises and core stabilization exercises. This study will used to compare the effects of breathing exercises with and without core stability exercise. Pre-assessment will be done using oswestry disability index as subjective measurement and pain pressure algometer as objective measure.

Condition Breathing Sound, Low Back Pain, Post-operative Pain, Pelvic Pain
Treatment Traditional Physical Therapy, CORE STABILITY EXERCISES
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05405127
SponsorRiphah International University
Last Modified on30 January 2023

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