Correlation of Individual Stress Levels with Intensity Changes in Knee Pain in Sports Injury
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- stress, knee injury
The knee is part of the main system of motion in humans and body support, if the knee that has an injury that is not handled properly will cause various problems, one of which is pain in the knee and surrounding tissue. Data at the massage clinic site explained that in one year there were 481 sports injury sufferers who had knee injuries, if the percentage of knee injuries in one year was 31.93% and the knee was the highest risk of injury. This study aims to determine the relationship of stress levels with changes in pain intensity in someone who has an injury due to exercise in the knee joint. The method used in this study was observational analytic. With a retrospective cohort design. The research sample was purposive sampling obtained 28 injured patients with criteria of injury level I and II and with regard to the age of someone injured. data collection uses two scales, namely watershed (depretion, anxiety and stress, and VAS scale. The results showed that the majority of respondents who suffered knee injuries were respondents who had chronic category injuries AND who were stressed were in the high and medium category. So this study found evidence that the duration of illness was related to knee pain in sports injuries. The conclusion of this study is that there is a significant relationship between stress and the intensity of pain in knee injuries due to sports activities.
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TY - CONF AU - Soegiyanto AU - Zainul Aziz PY - 2019/11 DA - 2019/11 TI - Correlation of Individual Stress Levels with Intensity Changes in Knee Pain in Sports Injury BT - Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 352 EP - 354 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.80 DO - 10.2991/acpes-19.2019.80 ID - 2019/11 ER -