Effects of Modified Burger’s Exercise on Ankle Rom and Proprioception Pattern in Women Across 2nd And 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy and Postpartum – Pre and Post Study Design
- Country : India
- Subject : Physiotherapy
Back Ground: Physiological changes that occur throughout pregnancy can alter both balance and postural control in a pregnant woman. Falling rate is increased especially during 3rd trimester due to a decline in the balancing ability which persists even after 6 to 8 weeks after delivery. Burgers’ exercise to drain engorged vessels by using postural changes and stimulated peripheral circulation by modulating gravity and applying muscle contraction for improving the lower extremity perfusion. Aims and Objectives of the Study: An analytical study to examine the effect of Modified Burger Exercise in ankle proprioception pattern in women across 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnant and postpartum. Data Analysis and Results: Data analysis and result of this study shows that there is statistically significant improvement in patient with p value < 0.05. There was difference in ankle range of motion and ankle position after the intervention of modified burger exercise with the mean value of ankle range of motion. Conclusion: This study can be concluded by the results of this study that there is statistically significant improvement of ankle ROM and ankle position in 2nd trimester and 3rd trimester and postpartum after the intervention of modified burger exercise.