Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A (2021)
Effectiveness of physical therapy for groin injury among athletes and protocol for groin pain according to phase
Shahinoor Bente Khan
The purpose of the study was to identify the effectiveness of physical therapy for groin injury in athletes and to identify which one is more effective in some studies included Randomized control trail and cross sectional study. In the body of text part author selected main five articles and synopsis those articles and also compare contrast were done with all the studies. There was difference in intervention sample size time duration and intervention procedure. There was group allocation in some studies and also was experimental group and control group. In the result section there was difference in some studies and found similar result in some studies. In the discussion session there was also found some limitations and recommendation. All the studies were intentionally selected with similarities. Some studies showed significant difference and some studies showed no significant difference at all. Some studies fulfill the PEDro criteria and score were 7/10 and some studies score was not so good like 3/10 and some were 5/10 or 6/10. It can be concluded that the physical therapy or exercise is more effective for groin strain injury among athletes. The trial’s methodology offers a model for the feasibility of translating neuro scientific experiments into a RCT to develop evidence-based rehabilitation practices.
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Shahinoor Bente Khan. Effectiveness of physical therapy for groin injury among athletes and protocol for groin pain according to phase. Int. J. Sports Health Phys. Educ. 2021;3(2):1-4.