Yoga is one of the most popular complementary and alternative medicine for back pain and this mind-body intervention has increasingly chosen to effectively treat chronic pain. Research with community cLBP patients indicates that yoga can improve health outcomes and has few side effects.
In the present randomized controlled trial 62 patients with chronic low back pain associated with altered alignment of intervertebral discs aged between 20 and 45 years 32 males were randomized to 2 groups.
Yoga For Chronic Low Back Pain A Randomized Trial. Chronic low back pain is a common problem lacking highly effective treatment options. Randomized controlled trials RCTs that examined pain andor functional disability as treatment outcomes were included. However there is little evidence on its cost-effectiveness.
This trial was designed to determine whether yoga is more effective than conventional stretching exercises or a self-care book for primary care patients with chronic low back pain. Yoga for chronic low back pain in a predominantly minority population. International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number Register.
It has been proposed that yoga can be useful to correct the autonomic imbalance in patients with chronic pain who have reduced HRV. In the current paper we will describe the design and methods of a randomized clinical trial aimed at examining whether yoga can effectively reduce disability and pain in US military veterans with CLBP. To compare the effectiveness of yoga and usual care for chronic or recurrent low back pain.
Participants were randomized to either yoga or delayed yoga treatment in 2013-2015. Post-treatment and follow-up outcomes were assessed. Low back pain is a common problem with 70-80 of adults were bothered in their lives which influence the work and quality of life.
Moreover little is known about yogas effectiveness in underserved patients with more severe functional disability and pain. Yoga has been shown as an effective intervention for treating chronic or recurrent low back pain. 313 adults with chronic or.
A systematic review revealed three small randomised controlled trials of yoga for low back pain all of which showed effects on back pain that favoured the yoga group. Parallel-group randomized controlled trial using computer-generated randomization conducted from April 2007 to March 2010. To build on these studies a.
Randomized controlled trials RCTs that examined pain andor functional disability as treatment outcomes were included. We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of Iyengar yoga in chronic neck pain by means of a randomized clinical trial. Small trials suggest that yoga may have benefits for this condition.
To evaluate the efficacy of yoga as an intervention for chronic low back pain CLBP using a meta-analytical approach. Yoga is effective for mild to moderate chronic low back pain cLBP but its comparative effectiveness with physical therapy PT is unknown. Outcomes were assessed at baseline 6 weeks 12 weeks and 6 months.
The data are extracted from a pragmatic multicentered randomized controlled trial that has been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a 12-week progressive program of yoga plus usual care in patients with chronic or recurrent low back pain. A pilot randomized controlled trial Altern Ther Health Med. This trial was designed to determine whether yoga is more effective than conventional stretching exercises or a self-care book for primary care patients with chronic low back pain.
We will use a standardized yoga protocol developed specifically for this trial by a consensus panel of yoga experts in a pilot randomized controlled trial for subjects with chronic low back pain. Abstract Yoga has been found effective in the treatment of chronic low back pain. The primary outcome was change in the RMDQ score 34 and the primary hypothesis was that participants randomized to yoga would have significantly greater decreases in back pain-specific disability scores at 12 weeks than DT participants.
This is a parallel-arm randomized controlled trial which will compare the outcomes of participants assigned to the experimental treatment group. Background Chronic low back pain is a common problem lacking highly effective treatment optionsSmall trials suggest that yoga may have benefits for this condition. Previous studies indicate that yoga may be an effective treatment for chronic or recurrent low back pain.
SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA. A total of 144 US military veterans with CLBP will be randomized to either yoga or a delayed treatment comparison group. Participants randomized to yoga were scheduled to attend a 12-week yoga program immediately after randomization whereas comparison participants were invited to attend the yoga intervention after 6 months.
A total of 228 adults with chronic low back pain were randomized to 12 weekly classes of yoga 92 patients or conventional stretching. 13 non-National Health Service premises in the United Kingdom. To evaluate the efficacy of yoga as an intervention for chronic low back pain CLBP using a meta-analytical approach.
Outcomes were assessed via patient self-reportatbaseline 6 weeks 12 weeksand 6 monthsThe study. The benefits of yoga among military veterans were examined. Randomized-controlled trial of virtual reality for chronic low back pain to improve patient-reported outcomes and physical activity Clinical Trials in the Spotlight Main Page The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases NIAMS supports a range of clinical trials studying new and existing interventions for.
A yoga study intervention in a predominantly minority population with chronic low back pain was moderately feasible and may be more effective than usual care for reducing pain and pain medication use.