Associations of self-report measures with gait, range of motion and proprioception in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis.

Abstract:

INTRODUCTION:Spinal stenosis is defined as neurogenic claudication due to narrowing of the spinal canal lumen diameter. As the disease progresses, ambulation and gait may be impaired. Self-report measures are routinely used in the clinical setting to capture data related to lumbar pain symptoms, function and perceived disability. The associations between self-report measures and objective measures of physical function in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis are not well characterized. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between self-reported assessments of function with objective biomechanical measures of function. METHODS:25 subjects were enrolled in this study. Subjects completed self-report questionnaires and biomechanical assessments of gait analysis, lumbar 3D ROM and lumbar proprioception. Correlations were determined between self-report measures and biomechanical data. RESULTS:The Oswestry Disability Index (ODI) was strongly correlated with stride length and gait velocity and weakly correlated with base of support. ODI was also weakly correlated with left lateral bending proprioception but not right lateral bending. The SF12 was not significantly correlated with any of the biomechanical measurements. Pain scores were weakly correlated with velocity, and base of support, and had no correlation any of the other biomechanical measures. DISCUSSION:There is a strong correlation between gait parameters and functional disability as measured with the ODI. Quantified gait analysis can be a useful tool to evaluate patients with lumbar spinal stenosis and to assess the outcomes of treatments on this group of patients.

journal_name

Gait Posture

journal_title

Gait & posture

authors

Conrad BP,Shokat MS,Abbasi AZ,Vincent HK,Seay A,Kennedy DJ

doi

10.1016/j.gaitpost.2013.05.010

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-09-01 00:00:00

pages

987-92

issue

4

eissn

0966-6362

issn

1879-2219

pii

S0966-6362(13)00240-3

journal_volume

38

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