Corpus ID: 230059

EFFECTS OF MASSAGE VS ACTIVE EXERCISE ON EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED DELAYED ONSET OF MUSCLE SORENESS

@inproceedings{Pilladi2013EFFECTSOM,
  title={EFFECTS OF MASSAGE VS ACTIVE EXERCISE ON EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED DELAYED ONSET OF MUSCLE SORENESS},
  author={A. C. Pilladi and Patchava and Apparao and CH. and Ashok Chakravarthi and P. K. C. Sekshar},
  year={2013}
}
Background: To evaluate the effect of massage versus active exercise on experimentally induced delayed onset of muscle soreness. Method: 30 subjects were divided into two groups, Experimental group received Massage and control group received active exercises, results were taken by measurement of pain and functional stair climbing capacity of knee joint were taken by visual analog score and functional knee rating score. Results: obtained results were analyzed with the use of Paired T-test, which… Expand
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