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Comparison of cryotherapy, exercise and short waves in knee osteoarthritis treatment
Tratamento da osteartrose do joelho. Screening and assessment were made by independent physical therapists blind study and all patients received care at the Physical Therapy outpatient facility of IOT HCFMUSP where 10 sessions were conducted at a frequency of twice a week, applying stretching and strengthening exercises isometry for the following muscles: The results are presented as tables listing values for averages, standard deviation and standard error for each analyzed variable for the three different groups pre- and post-physiotherapeutic treatment and as charts showing statistical results Tables 1234Charts 1234.
Physiologic and biochemical effects of immobilization on muscle. Detecting balance deficits in frequent fallers using clinical and quantitative evaluation tools.
Three different treatment groups were built. Knee OA neurologicls a disease of inflammatory and degenerative nature causing joint cartilage destruction, leading to joint deformity 3. After screening, the enrolled patients were assessed according to Cipriano 12 who report that a full history constitutes one of the most important aspects of a clinical evaluation protocol.
This study evidenced the maintenance of strength intensity measured on knee flexor muscles in groups A and B for affected knees foyogrfico in group B for unaffected knees; on the other hand, strength gain was achieved in affected and unaffected knees of the individuals from group C, and strength loss on unaffected knees in group A.
The benefits of aerobic exercises include: Clinical history was directly collected in a pre-physiotherapeutic treatment evaluation.
J Med Assoc Thai. After fotogrrico according to the inclusion and fotogrfici criteria, each patient, properly informed by the Free and Informed Consent Term approved by the Scientific Committee of the Institute, was randomly assigned by a member of the registration staff to be included in a given group. Increasing postural sway in rural-community- dwelling elderly persons with knee osteoarthritis.
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A month randomized controlled trial of balance training in elderly women with osteoporosis: 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 motor threshold increase resulting from the increased latency and of the duration of action potential.
Annals of the rheumatic diseases, London, v. This statement suggests that exercises are beneficial for gaining strength and, consequently, pain relief. Relationship between dynamic balance measures and functional performance in community-dwelling elderly people. A comparison of four functional tests in discriminating fallers from non-fallers in older people. Heat may provide pain relief and muscular relaxation because of the increased subcutaneous temperature; however, it is contraindicated for patients with blood stream deficit, or sedated, or in cases of sensitivity change and cancer An increased pain threshold and a reduced nervous conduction speed benefit muscular stretching; on the other hand, a reduced stretching ability of the connective tissue acts by reducing muscular flexibility The importance of nonpharmacologic approaches in management of osteoarthritis.
Physical therapy of the knee.
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Therapeutic exercise for people with osteoarthritis of the hip or knee. Heat and ice application, or both, should be employed to relieve musculoskeletal pain in several diseases, including AO. The level of functional quality was improved in the three groups studied.
The third group served as control, being treated only with kinesiotherapy, comprising seven treated knees. Exercise for knee osteoarthritis. Although OA is associated to mechanical factors of joint overload leading to cartilaginous injury, weighted and regular physical activities can improve some of the secondary changes associated to this disease 1.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, London, v. Services on Demand Journal. Pain is typically the first impairing factor for OA, subsequently leading to joint, per-joint changes and progressive dysfunction 1.
Disability and rehabilitation, London, v. European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine, Torino, v.
Muscular function and functional mobility of faller and non-faller elderly women with osteoarthritis of the knee. Clin Orthop Relat Res. The most recommended ones are walks, bicycling, swimming, dancing, hydro-gymnastics. Comparison of intra-articular hyaluronic acid injections and mud-pack therapy in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
The patients were divided into three groups: Exercise and mobilization techniques in principles of physical medicine and rehabilitation in the muscles diseases.
This study evidenced that the therapy using only kinesiotherapy was not beneficial for pain variable, but presented positive results for functional quality improvement, range of motion gain and muscular strength gain, as opposite to the results reported by Brandt 11 and Manuql et al.