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Journal of International Academy of Physical Therapy Research Vol.12 No.3 pp.2426-2431
DOI : https://doi.org/10.20540/10.20540/JIAPTR.2021.12.3.2426

Effect of Pelvic Compression Taping on Lumbo-Pelvic Muscle Activities during Prone Hip Extension

Dongchul Moon,Juhyeon Jung
Department of Physical Therapy, Gimhae College;Department of Physical Therapy, Dongeui University

Abstract

Background: Compression of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) enables lumbo-pelvic muscles to increase pelvic stability and reduce pain. Many previous studies assessed the effects of pelvic compression belts on the stabilization of the lumbar and SIJs. However, there are a lack of studies to date on the effects of pelvic compression taping (PCT).
Objectives: To investigate the effects of PCT on the muscle activity of lumbopelvic muscles during prone hip extension (PHE).
Design: Pre-post test design.
Methods: In total, 19 healthy male and female participants performed PHE with and without PCT. A surface electromyography system was used to record the muscle activity of multifidus, erector spinae, internal oblique abdominal, and gluteus maximus muscles, and the activities of these muscles before and after taping were compared.
Results: During PHE, the activities of the multifidus and erector spinae muscles (P<.05) significantly increased after taping, while that of the internal oblique abdominal muscle significantly decreased after taping (P<.05). However, the activity of the gluteus maximums muscle did not significantly increase or decrease after taping (P>.05).
Conclusion: PCT for the SIJ improves the stability of the lumbo-pelvic region, and the use of PCT with functional training would lead to positive clinical effects.

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