Effect of IASTM vs. THERAGUN on Triceps Surae Active Range of Motion and Functional Movements in University Level Sprinters

Effect of IASTM vs. THERAGUN on Triceps Surae Active Range of Motion and Functional Movements in University Level Sprinters

Authors

  • Akshita Tyagi
  • Ambuja Bhardwaj

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijpot.v16i4.18696

Keywords:

IASTM, Theragun, Functional Movement.

Abstract

Background: Sprinter is a person who runs very fast over a short distance in a race. In this study we determine
the effect of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM) vs THERAGUN separately on triceps surae
muscle to check the Active Range of Motion and Functional Movement in sprinters of age group 18- 25 years.
Methods: Study design: Experimental study (pre-test and post-test design). Sampling Technique: The subjects
were selected by Random Sampling. Source of Data: Universities of Patiala & Ludhiana Districts.
Conclusion: The study examined the effect of IASTM and THERAGUN which shows significant changes in the
Active Range of Motion & functional movement.

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Author Biographies

Akshita Tyagi

MPT (SPORTS) student, RIMT University, School of Physiotherapy. H. no. 245, Sahib Nagar, Their,
Patiala, Punjab.

Ambuja Bhardwaj

Assistant Professor, RIMT University, Department of Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy,
P-11, Basant Vihar, Noorwala road, Ludhiana, Punjab

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Published

2022-10-19

How to Cite

Akshita Tyagi, & Ambuja Bhardwaj. (2022). Effect of IASTM vs. THERAGUN on Triceps Surae Active Range of Motion and Functional Movements in University Level Sprinters. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Print- (ISSN 0973-5666) and Electronic –(ISSN 0973-5674), 16(4), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijpot.v16i4.18696
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