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The largest absolute totogrfico mass loss occurs at the beginning of hypotrophy process Pain significantly improved only for group B, with positive functional quality and flexibility in all groups.
Isometric exercises are usually preferred at the beginning of the treatment instead of isotonic ones 11, The patients were divided into three groups: The prevalence of knee osteoarthritis in elderly community residents in Korea. Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia, Campinas, v. For comparing groups A, B and C for inference of the differences among averages, the variance analysis with differences distinction Tukey’s test was employed.
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Disability and rehabilitation, London, v. Screening and assessment were made by independent physical therapists blind study and all patients received care at the Physical Therapy outpatient facility of Fotohrfico HCFMUSP where 10 sessions were conducted at a frequency of twice a week, applying stretching and strengthening exercises isometry for the following muscles: Physical therapy, New York, v.
Conservative management of degenerative knee: The accuracy of individual Berg Balance Scale items compared with the total Berg score for classifying people with chronic stroke according to fall history.
The importance of nonpharmacologic approaches in management of osteoarthritis. RESULTS 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 1234 ortopfdicos, Charts 1234. Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, v.
An exercises program can be effective for reducing pain, as well as drug therapy with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents 11, Thus, we can infer that strength gain for flexor and extensor musculature of the knee may not be associated to ice or OC application.
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European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine, Torino, v. This finding suggests that pain relief is directly associated to function gains, being thus an important objective to be considered when treating OA patients. AO patients compared to healthy individuals in the same age group neuologicos quadriceps muscle weakness, reduced knee proprioception, reduced balance and position sense 13, Flexion strength was maintained for groups A and B, and strength gain for individuals in group C.
A goniometer was used to measure range of motion; a pain scale 5 was used to measure the subjective perception of pain, and; a sphygmomanometer duly calibrated to assess muscle strength 6. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, London, v.
Effectiveness and safety of strengthening, aerobic, and coordination exercises for patients with osteoarthritis. Pain is typically the first impairing factor for OA, subsequently leading to joint, per-joint changes and progressive dysfunction 1.
CASE SERIES 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: When the three groups were compared by variance analysis, this improvement did not show differences. Sensorimotor changes and functional performance in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Comparison of intra-articular hyaluronic acid injections and mud-pack therapy in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
All groups showed improved functional quality; no correlation was found for range of motion gain, flexibility and strength gain associated with thermotherapy. Jitpraphai C, Cheamvaraporn K. A sensory role for the cruciate ligaments.
Exercise programs improve mobility and balance in people with Parkinson’s disease. A study conducted by Teixeira and Olney 17 showed the existence of a correlation between pain and joint stiffness and between pain and function.
Individual pain complaint was assessed by means of the CR10 scale 5 which is a scale of general severity that can be used to estimate most of perceptive severity kinds.
The level of functional quality was improved in the three groups studied. Flexibility gain was seen in all groups, but significant for pre- and post-treatment comparisons in group C only on affected knees and in Group B only on unaffected knees.
In a prospective randomized study, 25 individuals were treated 25 kneeswith ages ranging from 58 to 78 years. The inclusion criteria were the following: Osteoarthritis OA is one of the most common diseases of the skeletal system, and can be defined as a degenerative condition affecting synovial joints 1being the most prevalent form of joint disease, which does not lead to systemic involvement, without associated mortality 2.
We believe that further prospective clinical trials should be conducted in order to validate the method of strength measurement using a sphygmomanometer and to apply this protocol adjusting treatment time and load used. 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 Static postural sway, proprioception, and maximal voluntary quadriceps contraction in patients with knee osteoarthritis and normal control subjects.
This study evidenced the maintenance of strength intensity measured on knee flexor muscles in groups A and B for affected knees and 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.