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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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A Study To Assess The Prevalence Of Low Back Pain Among Adults At Selected Villages Under Rural Health Training Centre

Author: DR.R.POONGODI , MRS. SARKUNA RAJALET.S, SNEHA VARGHESE
Abstract: Background: Low back pain affects human beings daily life which is also associated with stiffness, decreased movement in the lower back and causes difficult y in standing straight. Aim: To assess the prevalence of low’ back pain among adult s residing at villages under rural health and training center. Objectives: Assess the prevalence of low’ back pain among adults residing at villages under rural heals hand training center and Associate the level or low back pain with selected background variables Design: A cross -sectional descriptive design was used in this study. Methods: The data was collected among 183 participants in the age group of 35-60 years. Non probability convenient sampling technique was used. The Oswestry Disability Index and numerical pain rating scale was used to assess the level of disability and pain respectively. The study result concluded that the 71.04 % of the study participants had pain. The pain score was found high among female (71.04°/c) than male(48.7 I°/c) relation to the level of disability 11(6.0 I °/c) werecrippled. Conclusion: The study result concluded that the high prevalence rate of pain was absorbed among adults. There was a positive co relation found in pain with age, gender, diet and family status.
Keyword: Low Back Pain
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.368
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