ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Jan. 15, 2022
Athletic Pubalgia: A Clinical Reform
Jibran Ahmed Khan, Saras Gupta
Page no 1-6
This review sums up the current information in regards to anatomy, biomechanics, clinical presentation, differential findings, Imaging, physiotherapy treatment, pre-operative and post-operative recovery of athletic pubalgia. The athletic pubalgia is more common in male athletes as compare with female athletes. Most usually, men experience the ill effects of athletic pubalgia that expects athletes to perform sharps turns, cutting, turning and tedious kicking. The debilitating of posterior inguinal wall is the offender behind athletic pubalgia. It is caused by immoderate and disproportionate application of shear forces through the normal attachments of the abdominal muscles and hip adductors. At present there is no unanimity of assessment on the constituents of this analysis. Since, it is not difficult to characterize a reasonable finding that depends on actual assessment, the techniques, for example, symptomatic ultrasonography and MRI are regularly utilized essentially to offset the presence of different conditions. This is high an ideal opportunity for committed research work on outcome estimation of chronic athletes and furthermore putting together its prosperity totally with respect to reasonable for getting back to sports action. Furthermore, it is likewise needed to have point by point depictions of the techniques, surgical anatomy, conventional treatment and recovery. The data acquired from such an research work will help in understanding pathogenesis of athletic pubalgia in a superior manner, develop proof arranged screening and check for better surgical techniques and successfully oversee both post-surgical and conservative recovery.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Jan. 30, 2022
A Comparative Analysis of Back Handspring and Forward Handspring with Angular Kinematics Variables
Rajpoot Y. S, Rathor Sandesh Kumar
Page no 7-10
The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference of kinematic variables between two. Back handspring and Forward Handspring performance of 05 male gymnasts of L.N.I.P.E, Gwalior was recorded. They aged between 19 to 25 years. Purposive sampling technique was used for choosing highly skilled gymnast. These gymnasts had 7 to 12 years training experience and were technically sound on the stated skills. Videography technique was employed in order to register the performance of the subjects in Back Handspring and Forward Handspring. The Canon – 70D camera was used with the frequency of 24 frames per second and the subjects were video graphed in horizontal plane (sagittal plane) from the left side. Each subject was given three trails and the best trail was used for analysis. The selected phases were taken out from the video by using snipping tool software. From the photographic sequence, the stick figures of the selected movements and there angles were located by kinovea software. The data was analyzed by using Independent T-Test. There were two skills that were Back handspring and Forward handspring which was further divided into two phases, Initial Phase and Ground Touch Phase and Shoulder joint, Elbow Joint and wrist joint were selected as the angular kinematics variables. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The results revealed that all selected angular kinematic variables at all the phase had shown insignificant deference with the Back Handspring and Forward Handspring. On the basis of results it is concluded that that the performance of any games and sports depending upon the multidimensional factors such as physical factors, physiological factors, psychological factors and so many other factors.