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Taqinezhad F, Shojaodin S S, feizolahi F. The effect and maintenance of breath training with and without yoga on Pain, range of motion and quality of life in women with Chronic nonspecific neck pain. JAP 2021; 12 (1) :92-103
URL: http://jap.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5569-en.html
1- Department of Science in Sport Injuries and Corrective Exercies.karaj Branch.Islamic Azad University.Karaj.Iran
2- Department of Biomechanic and Sport pathology faculty of Physical Education.Kharazmi University.Tehran.Iran
3- Department of Physical Education and Sport Science, Islamic Azad University, Karaj branch, Karaj, Iran
Abstract:   (1380 Views)
Aims and background: Chronic nonspecific neck pain considered as a common problem which most of the
time comes with changes in sensorimotor functions, beside high financial expense, its accompany with pain and
personal concerns in society. The purpose of this research was to study and compare the effect and maintenance
of breath training with and without yoga on Pain, range of motion and quality of life in women with chronic
nonspecific neck pain.
Materials and methods: The present study was a quasi - experimental study with a pretest-posttest design with a
control group. For this purpose, 45 women (40 to 50 years old) with chronic non-specific neck pain and fulfilled
the inclusion criteria has been selected by convenience sampling in 3 equal groups of 15 patients (randomly). Then
two experimental groups performed the training protocol. The protocol was eight weeks of 45minute exercise
program, three sessions per week, of breath training with yoga, breath training. In order to assess pain, range of
motion and quality of life of subject, visual analogue scale, Universal Goniometer and whoqol-brief questionnaire
was used. All variables were measured one week prior to the study, before, and immediately after the intervention
and four weeks afterwards. After data collection, for data analysis Repeated measure ANOVA was applied at the
significant level of (p≤0/05).
Results: The findings of this study showed that both breath training with yoga and breath training has significant
effect on pain, range of motion and quality of life of subject women with chronic non-specific neck pain(P≤0.05).
Conducting a between-group comparison also showed that the pain, range of motion and quality of life variables
had the highest variation, which was related to the breath training with yoga and breath training, respectively.
Conclusion: According to the results, breath training with yoga showed greater recuperation than breath training.
The breath training with yoga are recommended as an adjunct method in treatment of subject with chronic nonspecific
neck pain..
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Chronic pain managment
Received: 2021.01.10 | Accepted: 2021.03.3 | Published: 2021.04.30

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