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Influence of Kinesiotherapy On Non-Specific Pain In The Lumbar Spine
Pain in the lumbar spine area is widely spread among the active population. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of targeted physiotherapist-guided exercise on decrease of non-specific pain in the lumbar spine area concerning the sample in question. Besides the basic descriptive statists and statistical inference, the qualitative method of research is utilised via a questioner survey. The sample includes a random selected pool of individuals attending organised exercises for spinal health, aging from 40 – 60 years of age. The gathered data are analysed via descriptive statistics and statistical inference. Results are descriptively indicated and also via graphics. The targeted physiotherapist-guided exercise was attended by 30 individuals, 76,67 % thereof females and 23,33 % males. The results show decrease of lumbar pain of VAL-IB from 5,13 prior to study, to 2,90 after the study. Further, the results showed improvement in everyday activities of MRMDQ from 8,63, prior to study, to 4,67 after the study. The results of the study prove that regular exercise under the guidance of physiotherapist positively influenced the existing level of pain in the lumbar spine area. Regarding the results it may be concluded that efficient exercise is to be introduced to the active population.