1 Fisioterapia em Movimento 2013 Vol: 26(3):. DOI: 10.1590/S0103-51502013000300012

Análise da musculatura estabilizadora lombopélvica em jovens com e sem dor lombar

INTRODUCTION: Individuals with low back pain seem to impair the ability to control the muscles deep site.OBJECTIVE: To analyze and compare the behavior of the lumbopelvic stabilizing musculature in young adult with and without low back pain.MATERIALS AND METHODS: The study was cross-sectional quantitative application of assessments for lumbar-pelvic stability, through tests Trunk Static Resistance, Resistance of the Coasts of Sorenson and Side Bridge Test, functional questionnaire lumbar Roland Morris and pain scale by visual analogue scale of pain in young State University North of Paraná (UENP), Center for Health Sciences, Jacarezinho, Parana State, Brazil.RESULTS: The study sample consisted of 108 individuals, 17 males and 91 females, with mean and standard deviation respectively: age 19.44 ± 1.73 years, height 167 ± 8 cm, weight 60.48 ± 11 kg and body mass index (BMI) 21.70 ± 2.80 kg/m2. 20% of participants had low back pain. When comparing groups of individuals with low back pain and pain through stability testing lumbopelvic not observed significant differences, p > 0.05 for all tests, even dividing by gender, where the percentage of individuals with pain was 18.68% among females and 29.41% among males.CONCLUSION: It was found that young adults with low back pain were not presented with the lumbopelvic stabilizing musculature significantly different when compared with those without pain.

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