عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Aim: Consequences of incorrect posture too extensively in physical, mental, economic, socialneeded to contemplate and investigationand treatment at a young age the enormous costs for of surgery and treatment of this abnormality the future Prevents. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the effects of seven weeks exercise with the Balance ball on the amount of lordosis of male students15-18 years old. Materials and Methods: In the present quasi-experimental study 40 Student were selected from thevolunteer elderly women in Dahshahr through target sampling and availability and divided randomly intotwo groups; one experimental group and one control group. The experimentalgroup received the treatment (Physioball exercises for 60 minutes, three times a week) for 8 weeks, but thecontrol group received no treatment and was engaged in daily routine activities. Lumbar lordosis using checker board and flexible ruler in two stages, before and after training were measured Physioball. The data were analyzed through Analysis of T Independent at thesignificance level of P≤0.05. Results: The results showed that there was a significant improvement on the scores obtained from the tests measuring Lordosis of the experimental group after 8 weeks of receiving therapeutic exercises (P=0.001 and t: 12.8), whereas no such significant improvement was observed in the control group. Conclusion: Considering the results of the current study, it seems that the Balance ball exercises are a good way to improve Lordosis students. Therefore, the specialists recommended that corrective exercises with Balance ball training methods to improve Lordosis wing along with other corrective methods use more.
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