EXERCISE FOR PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
EFFECTS OF A TREADMILL-BASED EXERCISE INTERVENTION ON SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Presenter: Kannan P
This module addresses:
Question: Is exercise an effective intervention for the management of
Conclusion: These preliminary results demonstrate that exercises are
effective in reducing pain intensity and improving quality of life in women
with primary dysmenorrhea.
Key Practice Points:
• Evidence for the effectiveness of exercise for primary dysmenorrhea.
• Evidence to support the use of exercise in alleviation of symptoms
associated with primary dysmenorrhea.
• A low-cost intervention for the long term management of