Visceral manipulation approach to correct the pattern of breathing in asthmatic patients: A controlled clinical trial
Author(s): Dr. Shailendra Mehta
Abstract: Objective: This study aim to evaluate the effectiveness of visceral manipulation in asthmatics patients, and find out whether the pattern of breathing will improve in asthmatic patients with manipulation technique.Method: In this study we used data from 60 patients diagnosed with bronchial asthma. Subjects were randomized into two groups using the 1:1 ratio method. The first group control group and the second group visceral manipulation therapy. Study duration in our study was carried out for a period of 6 weeks. Outcome measure were performed at the beginning of the study, at 3 weeks, after 6 weeks by modified Borg dyspnea scale, AND MRC (medical research council dyspnea scale).Result: The results are interpreted based on the calculated paired ‘t’ test values which is greater then the table values will mean that the variation is grater between the pre and post readings, with in the given degrees of freedom and level of significance it is determined.Conclusion: In this study is concluded that the efficacy of the pattern of breathing in asthmatic patient improved by visceral manipulation. So all the asthmatic patient may under go the visceral manipulation will improve the pattern of breathing.
Dr. Shailendra Mehta. Visceral manipulation approach to correct the pattern of breathing in asthmatic patients: A controlled clinical trial. Int J Case Rep Orthop 2022;4(2):94-97. DOI: 10.22271/27078345.2022.v4.i2b.130
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