IJCRR - Vol 06 Issue 11, June, 2014
TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THERAPEUTIC INSOLES IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS
Author: Rhucha Jadhav, James Ghagare, Rachana Dabadghav, Savita Rairikar, Ashok Shyam, Parag Sancheti
Objective: To find out if there are any significant pain relief, change in stiffness and change with respect to difficulty in performing activities of daily living. Methods: Thirty patients suffering from osteoarthritis were taken and they were evaluated on the basis of Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Arthritis Index (WOMAC) scale. The patients who had a verbal analog scale (VAS) more than 15 were put in an experimental group and the remaining 15 were put in the control group. A removable therapeutic insole was given to the experimental group for a period of 3 weeks. They were then reevaluated based on the WOMC scale. Results: Therapeutic insoles show to have no significant effect on the pain, stiffness or on the activities of daily living p?0.05. Conclusion: There was no significant difference seen in components of pain, stiffness, difficulty in Activities of daily living (ADLs) in patients of controlled and experimental group which derives that the conventional therapy for osteoarthritis is beneficial alone and the conventional therapy used along with modification of insole makes no significant changes in pain component of the patient.
Keywords: Osteoarthritis, WOMAC, physiotherapy, insole.
Rhucha Jadhav, James Ghagare, Rachana Dabadghav, Savita Rairikar, Ashok Shyam, Parag Sancheti. TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THERAPEUTIC INSOLES IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS International Journal of Current Research and Review. Vol 06 Issue 11, June, 43-46
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