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Amna Zia

Department of Physiology, Fatima Memorial Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan


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    Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Joint Mobility in Postpartum Women: A Prospective Cohort Study
    Author(s): Amna Taufiq, Amna Zia, Muniba Afzal, Samrood Akram, Samra Nadeem and Naveed Anwar*

    Introduction: The incidence of SIJ pain during pregnancy is 78.7%. SIJ pain has been found to be progressive throughout the three trimesters of pregnancy. Pelvis that is tilted anteriorly in the first trimester of pregnancy is risk factors for sacroiliac joint pain. Pain in the sacroiliac joint can lead to significant overall mobility restrictions for women. Objective: The objective of the study was to determine changes in pain severity, mobility of the sacroiliac joint and changes in sacroiliac joint pain diagnostic tests effects at 37th week of pregnancy and 8 weeks after delivery. Methodology: The study was prospective longitudinal study; convenient non-probability sampling technique was used to collect the data. Females between the ages of 18 to 35 who were pregnant at the time study was conducted we.. Read More»

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