Journal of Physiotherapy & Physical Rehabilitation

ISSN: 2573-0312

Open Access

Hira Chudhary

Department of Clinical Physiotherapy, College of Sant Miquel, Barcelona, Spain

  • Research Article   
    Backache during Pre-menstruation Syndrome and its Association with Behavior Changes in Physical Therapy Students
    Author(s): Iqra Hameed*, Amina Zartasha, Rimsha Tariq, Hira Chudhary, Ayesha Haq and Nawal Farooq

    Background: Pre Menstruation Syndrome (PMS), a condition that affects women prior to their menstrual cycle, is characterized by a combination of behavioural and physical symptoms, which can include back pain and other behavior changes. It typically starts a few days before menstruation and lasts for a short while after it starts. Objective: This study focused to investigate the prevalence of backache during Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and its association with behavior changes among physical therapy students. By examining these factors, the research aimed to provide valuable insights into the impact of PMS on the well-being of physical therapy students and contribute to a better understanding of this important issue. Methodology: The study included 235 female university students from Riphah Internationa.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2573-0312.2023.08.331

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