Isometric and dynamic resistance training are the best form of exercises and are found to improve muscle strength, functional ability and reduces pain in patients with OA of knee. The aim of the study is to compare the effectiveness of isometric and dynamic resistance training when combined with Maitland mobilization to find out the best combination of treatment among the two groups. Methodology:
Patients screened for
Osteoarthritis of the Knee
randomly assigned into 2 groups; each group consists of 15 patients. All the data regarding patient’s disease and symptoms will be collected and thorough examination of the patient will be done. Pain and functional ability of patients will be checked before and after each treatment. To measure pain, VAS scale and WOMAC scale for functional abilities will be used. Conclusion
: The study concludes that there is a significant difference in comparison between the isometric and resisted exercises.