Comparison of Knee Joint Position Sense, Balance and Physical Function in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis and Age-Sex Matched Normals

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Abichandani, D. and Jetpurwala, H. (2017). Comparison of Knee Joint Position Sense, Balance and Physical Function in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis and Age-Sex Matched Normals. International Journal of Science and Research . 6 (3).
AuthorsAbichandani, D. and Jetpurwala, H.
Abstract

Objective: To understand about knee joint position sense, balance and physical function in patients with knee Osteoarthritis.
Methods: 25 subjects with grade II osteoarthritis and 25 age- sex matched normals participated. Joint position sense was assessed with inclinotrac digital sensors at 30 and 45 degrees of knee flexion, balance with CTSIB using a Balance Master; Physical Function by WOMAC scale.Results:Knee joint repositioning error was (39.48 ± 6.80) and (32.47 ± 1.78) and (52.80 ± 7.29) and (46.73 ± 2.39) at 30 and 45 degrees of knee flexion, Sway velocity difference of (1.53) and (1.04) and WOMAC score for Osteoarthritis patients and matched
normals respectively were statistically significant with p value (<0.005).
Conclusion: Joint position sense, balance and physical function were affected severely in the osteoarthritis group.

Year2017
JournalInternational Journal of Science and Research
Journal citation6 (3)
PublisherInternational Journal of Science and Research
ISSN2319-7064
Web address (URL)https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v6i3/ART20171991.pdf
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Print01 Mar 2017
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