Major concern facing individual with chronic mechanical LBP is limited function ability and pain. There are many therapeutic approach used to restore motion and maintain the posture and regain the functional range.
Aim: To compare the effect of core stability exercise versus posterior pelvic tilt exercises on chronic low back pain.
Method: 30 patients who fulfilled the criteria were selected and divided into two groups of 15 each. Group A core stability exercises and Group B posterior pelvic tilt exercise. Intervention given for 4 weeks and pre and post scoring done by NPRS and RMDS.
Result: Paired t test and independent t test were used to analyze data for statistical significant among groups. Result shows a statistically significant difference in both groups and group A is more significant than group B.
Conclusion: This study concluded that core stability exercises are more effective on chronic mechanical LBP.