The effect of a Program by using (Clinical exercise - Medication) for Osteoporosis Patients aged (40-50) Years

Authors

  • Esraa kathum Dakhil Al-Ghazali
  • Muna Talib Thabet Albadry

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15645

Keywords:

Clinical exercise – Medication, Patients, Program, Osteoporosis

Abstract

The research included several axes through the use of a program that includes clinical exercises and drugs
to reduce bone density loss in women with osteoporosis, the study aims to identify the proposed program to
reduce osteoporosis among women. The study was conducted on three groups of women with osteoporosis
(program - exercise - medication) and their ages ranged from 40-50 years and their number was (27)
affected, they were divided into three groups, for each group (9) women with osteoporosis, the first group
included the program (clinical exercises - medication) and the second group included exercises, while the
third group included medicines, the experimental approach was used to design the three equivalent groups,
where the program was applied, which includes (24) weeks with a rate of (48) treatment units and the
time of the treatment unit (20) minutes, health fitness for the injured, the results of the study indicated an
improvement in the loss of bone mass for all groups and a greater improvement in favor of the program
group (clinical exercises - medication). The study recommended the use of the proposed program for women
with osteoporosis.

Author Biographies

Esraa kathum Dakhil Al-Ghazali

Ph.D. Student,  Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences for Women / University of Baghdad

Muna Talib Thabet Albadry

Prof. Dr., Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences for Women / University of Baghdad,
Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Esraa kathum Dakhil Al-Ghazali, & Muna Talib Thabet Albadry. (2021). The effect of a Program by using (Clinical exercise - Medication) for Osteoporosis Patients aged (40-50) Years. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 2222-2225. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15645