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barghamadi M, Taraneh H, Imani broj S, Sheikhalizade H. THE EFFECT OF HYDROTHERAPY AND TRABAND ON GROUND REACTION FORCES DURING RUNNING IN PEOPLE WITH PRONITIS. Studies in Medical Sciences 2023; 33 (12) :876-887
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MSc Student of Sport Biomechanics, Dept. of Physical education and Sport Science, Faculty of Educational Science and psychology, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran, , 77s.imani@gmail.com
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Background & Aims Training with theraband has been considered as an effective method, so that it is used to increase the strength and stability of the body position, and effective results have been obtained.
Also, hydrotherapy in a shallow pool has physiological and biomechanical advantages. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of hydrotherapy and theraband on ground reaction forces and electrical activity during running in people with pronitis.
Materials & Methods: The current research was of semi-experimental and laboratory type. The sample included 45 male students with peronitis with an age range of 18-25, which were chosen purposefully and voluntarily. Subjects were randomly divided into three groups of water exercises, theraband exercises, and control groups. Before and after training in water and training by traband, ground reaction force variables were measured using a force plate device. Two-way analysis of variance and t-test at a significance level of 0.05 were used for statistical analysis of the data.
Results: There was a statistically significant difference before and after training in water and training with the band between the effect of time on the peak component of the anterior-posterior force when the heel leaves the ground (P=0.019; d=0.124) and the time it reaches the peak of the anterior-posterior force when the heel leaves the ground (P=0/023; d=0.116). There was also a statistically significant difference before and after training in water and training with the band on the effect of the group factor in the peak anterior-posterior force component during heel contact with the ground (P=0.029; d=0.159) and peak vertical force during heel contact with the ground (P=0.037; d=0.145), The interaction effect of time*group in the internal-external force component during the contact of the heel with the ground before and after the exercises in the water and the training with the band showed a statistically significant difference (P=0.001; d=0.268). Also there was a statistically significant difference the interaction effect of time*group in the component of the time to reach the peak of anterior-posterior force before and after the exercises in the water and the training with the band (P=0.008; d=0.205).
Conclusion: The findings of the present study showed that the effect of exercises in water and theraband on the ground reaction force during running has a significant effect on the rehabilitation of people with peronitis, although the exercises in the water are more effective compared to the exercises with traband.
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