Effect of Exercise Intervention on Clinical Effect, Back Pain and Bone Metabolism of Osteoporosis Patients
To study the effect of exercise intervention on the clinical effect of osteoporosis patients, waist and back pain, bone metabolism index, in order to improve the bone mineral density of osteoporosis patients and promote the health level of the elderly. According to the difference of exercise time, 63 osteoporosis patients were divided into two groups: observation group and control group. Visual analogy method was used to detect the lumbar and back pain of three groups of osteoporosis patients. Serum calcium and phosphorus, serum osteoclast and osteogenesis were detected according to different methods, and the quality of life was evaluated. Divided into multiple dimensions, the quality of life level was studied by patient score. The results showed that: compared with the control group, the observation group had lower back pain score in osteoporosis patients, lower back pain score in osteoporosis patients with greater exercise intensity, and significantly increased serum calcium and phosphorus content in bone metabolism indicators, with significant differences between the observation group 1 and the control group. The average bone mineral density in the medulla of osteoporosis patients in the observation group 2 and 2 groups was higher after exercise intervention; the average bone mineral density in the lumbar spine L1-L4 of osteoporosis patients after exercise intervention was higher; the disease dimension, psychological dimension and satisfaction dimension scores of osteoporosis patients in the observation group 3 groups after exercise intervention were all higher. Significant changes occurred and the effect of improvement was higher than that of control group. The results showed that exercise intervention had a significant effect on the clinical effect of osteoporosis patients, waist and back pain and bone metabolism index. The physical health status of osteoporosis patients could be significantly improved by exercise intervention.