Original Research Article
Year: 2019 | Month: April | Volume: 9 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 62-67
Effectiveness of Mind Sound Resonance Technique versus Progressive Muscle Relaxation in Common Neck Pain Individuals: A Comparative Study
Dr. Mayuri Rajesh Shah1, Kruttika Zala2
1Assistant Professor, Dr. D.Y.Patil College of Physiotherapy, Pune
2Intern, Dr. D.Y.Patil College of Physiotherapy, Pune
Corresponding Author: Dr. Mayuri Rajesh Shah
Background: The main cause of neck pain is tension. During periods of intense anxiety, the muscles tense up dramatically. Muscle tension tightens the muscles, especially in shoulders, back and neck. The more anxiety the individual experience, the more tension may cause significant pain and discomfort. The Conventional conservative methods include non- steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs, physical measures such as heat, Ultra sound, Manipulations and exercises. Yoga is used to alleviate various types of pain. This is safe and cost-effective intervention which comprises of physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation and relaxation. Although, MSRT has been routinely as component of the integrated approach to Yoga therapy for treatment of neck pain and back pain gave encouraging results. MSRT intervention also led to better reduction in pain, tenderness, disability and state anxiety in patients suffering from chronic neck pain.
Method: Individuals having neck pain on VAS 3-7, individuals aged between 18-24 years and willing to participate who understood English language, both males and females were included in the study. 15 participants were given MSRT and 15 participants were given PMR. Both groups were given conventional treatment. Outcome measures used were VAS and NDI.
Result: Paired t test was used to compare within groups where p<0.05 and unpaired t test was used to compare between groups where p>0.05.
Conclusion: The study concluded that both MSRT and PRT were equally effective in reducing pain and improving NDI score.
Key words: Mind Sound Resonance Technique, Common neck pain