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The Effect of Stabilization Exercises On The Spinal Pain In The Labor Population
Research shows that physiotherapy procedures have a beneficial effect on the long-term solution in reducing or even eliminating back pain, so it is necessary to explore how therapeutic progressive stabilization strengthening program can lead to a reduction or elimination of back pain. The research is based on an empirical quantitative and comparative method of work. The study included 7 male subjects and 8 female subjects, that participated voluntarily, belong to the labor population and are experiencing chronic back pain. The data was analysed with the JPES Stats program. The results show that the lumbar spine is the most common pain that occurs in the participants (66.6%). Most of the subjects experiencing spinal pain spend most of the time in a seated position (73.3% participants). We have concluded that regular stabilization exercises help to improve functional performance and reduce pain intensity. The average value of Roland Morris questionnaire dropped by about 67% by the end of the study. The intensity of pain measured by the VAL scale decreased by 67.7% in male subjects and by 47.8% in female subjects.