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Twenty five sedentary patients were assessed 19 females and 6 malestotaling 25 knees 15 right and 10 left knees from May to Decemberwith a diagnosis of primary knee osteoarthritis, with ages ranging from 58 to 78 years average: Physiologic and biochemical effects of immobilization on muscle. In a prospective randomized study, 25 individuals were treated 25 kneeswith ages ranging from 58 to 78 years. Physical ortopedico such as ice and heat can fight the pain process, when correctly indicated and used.
Joseph J. Cipriano (Author of Photographic Manual of Regional Orthopaedic and Neurologic Tests)
Static postural sway, proprioception, and maximal voluntary quadriceps contraction in patients with knee osteoarthritis and normal control subjects.
Questionnaires were applied pre- and post-physiotherapeutic treatment in order to evidence personal data and issues associated to an individual’s functional quality 4 with ortoedicos key complaint of each patient. Traditionally, se strength has been evaluated by means of manual muscular test, and this technique has been criticized due to its subjective nature.
OA patients’ treatment must be comprehensive, with non-pharmacologic techniques regarded as first choice and analgesics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as adjuvant therapy Jitpraphai C, Cheamvaraporn K. Three different treatment groups were built.
Exercise programs improve mobility and balance in people with Parkinson’s disease.
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Thus, we can infer that strength gain for flexor and extensor musculature of the knee may not be associated to ice or OC application. This finding suggests that pain relief is directly associated to function gains, being thus an important objective to be considered when treating OA patients.
Predicting falls within the elderly community: The improvement in range of motion was similar for groups B and C. Pain is typically the first impairing factor for OA, subsequently leading to joint, per-joint changes and progressive dysfunction 1. Comparison of intra-articular hyaluronic acid injections and mud-pack therapy in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis. European journal of physical and neugologicos medicine, Torino, v.
All groups showed ee functional quality; no correlation was found for range of motion gain, flexibility and strength gain associated with thermotherapy.
Muscular strength evaluation is an important technique to diagnose disease etiology and to determine and assess rehabilitation strategies. A study conducted by Teixeira and Olney 17 showed the existence of a correlation between pain and joint stiffness and between pain and function.
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fotoggrfico Pain significantly improved only for group B, with positive functional quality and flexibility in all groups. Disability and rehabilitation, London, v.
Clinical measures of postural balance in an elderly population. Journal of the american geriatrics society, New York, v. Journal of Korean Medical Science, Seoul, v. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, London, v.
Physical therapy, New York, v. Does hippotherapy improve balance in persons with multiple sclerosis: The most recommended ones are walks, bicycling, swimming, dancing, hydro-gymnastics. Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia, Campinas, v.
Using ice is advantageous because of its low cost, wide action spectrum and easy technical application, but when an individual already shows reduced pain sensitiveness, this reflects that voluntary contraction is compromised due to ortopevicos threshold increase resulting from the increased latency and of the duration of action potential.
An increased pain threshold and a reduced nervous conduction speed benefit muscular stretching; on the other hand, a reduced neurolohicos ability of the connective tissue acts by reducing muscular flexibility Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, v. The prevalence of knee osteoarthritis in elderly community residents in Korea.
For unaffected knees, strength gain was achieved in group C, strength loss in group B, and maintenance in group A.