Mateusz Curyło, Tomasz Urbański, Agnieszka Ciukszo, Katarzyna Placek, Dariusz Lusina, Marcin Mikos, Jan W. Raczkowski
Mateusz Curyło, Tomasz Urbański, Agnieszka Ciukszo, Katarzyna Placek, Dariusz Lusina, Marcin Mikos, Jan W. Raczkowski – Sacro-lumbar orthosis in lower back pain syndromes – literature review. Fizjoterapia Polska 2022; 22(3); 164-168
Purpose of study. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of sacral-lumbar orthoses on the occurrence of pain in patients with low back pain (LBP) and the effects of these orthoses on the muscles that stabilize the trunk based on the available literature.
Methods. For the purpose of this study, the following databases were searched: Pubmed, Scopus, ScienceDirect, Medline, and others using the Google Scholar search engine using the following keywords: low back pain, lbp exercise, low back pain epidemiology, low back pain orthosis, low back pain therapy, LBP treatment, lumbar sacral orthosis.
Results. 26 of the 92 articles searched by the above method were analyzed in relation to the subject of the use of sacral-lumbar orthoses in patients with spinal pain syndrome. The analysis did not show that wearing a corset negatively affects muscle strength. Most current studies recommend using a corset in combination with exercise and/or pharmacotherapy for LBP.
Conclusion. There are not enough studies to conclusively determine the effect of lumbar sacral orthoses on the sensation of pain in the lumbar spine. Among the main limitations of the analyzed studies are difficulty in measuring pain, as pain is a subjective sensation, and the significant number of possible causes of LBP, which are sometimes difficult to specify.
sacral-lumbar orthosis, spinal pain syndrome, lower back pain
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