Ramachandran. S, Jibi Paul, M.S. Sundaram, Sureka Varalakshmi, Selvaraj Sudhakar
Ramachandran. S1*, Jibi Paul2, M.S. Sundaram3, Sureka Varalakshmi4, Selvaraj Sudhakar5
1-2Professor, Faculty of Physiotherapy, Dr. M. G. R. Educational and Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai– 600095, Tamil Nadu, India.
3Professor, School of Physiotherapy, VELS Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Pallavaram, Chennai - 600043, Tamil Nadu, India.
4Professor, Department of Physiology, A.C.S Medical College and Hospital, Velappanchavadi, Chennai - 600077, Tamil Nadu, India.
5Associate Professor, Faculty of Physiotherapy, Dr. M. G. R. Educational and Research Institute, Maduravoyal, Chennai– 600095, Tamil Nadu, India.
Volume - 14,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2021
Introduction: Diabetes mellitus is a disease characterized by elevated glucose level in the blood. This study focused to find out the effects of whole-body vibration therapy and resisted exercise among type II diabetes mellitus. Materials and Methods: Total 36 subjects both male and female were selected for this study with age group between (35 - 50 years). Subjects were divided into three groups. Group A received whole body vibration therapy and Group B received resisted exercise. Group C underwent conventional exercises. All three groups received an intervention for 12 weeks. Pre and post HbA1c and lipid profile were measured. Results: The study shows that there is a significant reduction in HbA1c level and lipid profile in whole body vibration therapy followed by resisted exercise group and conventional therapy group. Conclusion: This study concluded that whole body vibration therapy can recommend for controlling blood glucose level effectively among type II diabetes mellitus subjects.
Cite this article:
Ramachandran. S, Jibi Paul, M.S. Sundaram, Sureka Varalakshmi, Selvaraj Sudhakar. Effects of whole-body Vibration therapy among Type II Diabetes Mellitus - A Pilot single blind randomized clinical trial. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2021; 14(3):1465-1468. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2021.00260.2
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