Dr Nosheen Akhtar, Dr Hafsa Malik Aulakh, Dr Sameera Abbasi
Introduction: Low back pain (LBP) is a leading cause of disability and work loss in the United States.24 Physical therapists may choose from myriad intervention options for LBP, but the effectiveness of many of these options is questionable. Objectives: The main objective of the study is to analyse the management of chronic low back pain with traction therapy. Material and methods: This descriptive study was conducted in Services institute of medical sciences, Lahore during June 2019 to July 2020. The data was collected from 100 patients of chronic low back pain. The initial evaluation, including a history and physical examination, of patients with chronic low back pain should attempt to place patients. Results: The data was collected from 100 patients of low back pain. Respondents were mostly women (60%), were distributed relatively uniformly across the defined age groups, and worked primarily in hospital-based and private outpatient settings (30.8% and 58.3%, respectively). Their entry-level degrees were uniformly distributed across bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees (33.5%, 31.8%, and 31.1%, respectively), whereas relatively few earned post baccalaureate certificates (3.5%). Conclusion: It is concluded that Lumbar traction seems to produce positive results in nerve root compression symptoms. Data in degenerative and discogenic pain are debatable.