publication . Master thesis . 2017

Efetividade da mobilização com movimento (MWM) no tornozelo após entorses em inversão: revisão com meta-análise

Almeida, Diana Vanessa Fernandes;
Open Access Portuguese
  • Published: 01 Nov 2017
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
A entorse do tornozelo é considerada uma das lesões mais frequentes entre a população fisicamente ativa. Os indivíduos com história de entorse isolada ou recorrente referem frequentemente instabilidade do tornozelo e diminuição da capacidade funcional, tendo em comum um défice de amplitude de dorsiflexão. As técnicas conhecidas como mobilizações com movimento (MWM), descritas por Mulligan, têm sido propostas como técnicas de terapia manual usadas em disfunções músculo-esqueléticas. Objetivo: A revisão visa verificar a efetividade da MWM no tornozelo em indivíduos com entorse em inversão. Métodos: Realizou-se uma pesquisa na Physiotherapy Evidence Datase (PEDro),...
Subjects
free text keywords: Tornozelo, Entorse, Mobilização com Movimento, Ciências Médicas, Ciências da Saúde
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