Title

Effects of postural training using re-from biofeedback in reducing postural risks among PT proper students at the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2012

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Keywords

Posture

Abstract

This is pre-experimental type of study that utilized pretest-posttest one group design. Seventeen (17) PT proper students were included in the study and utilized a purposive type of sampling. The participants were blinded as to the Quick Exposure Checklist (QEC) tool, the outcome measure used. Postural training using re-form biofeedback was the intervention used in the study, which lasted for 12 treatment sessions. Data gathered was analyzed and computed using a paired t-test to determine if there was significant difference between the pre and post test scores of the participants after giving postural training using “RE-FORM Biofeedback” in reducing postural risks among PT proper students in DLSHSI. Results showed that the difference between the pretest and posttest scores is not significant enough to conclude that there is a significant effect from postural training using re-form biofeedback for decrease postural risks among the PT students at the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute.

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