publication . Conference object . 2010

Prevalência de dor cervical e incapacidade funcional na Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde do Porto

Marques, André; Mesquita, Cristina;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
  • Publisher: Instituto Politécnico do Porto. Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde do Porto - Politema
  • Country: Portugal
A dor cervical é cada vez mais um problema comum e incapacitante nos países industrializados. O objectivo do estudo foi determinar a prevalência de dor cervical nos últimos seis meses, intensidade da dor e incapacidade funcional em indivíduos com dor cervical. O estudo do tipo observacional, descritivo e transversal. Amostra constituída por alunos, docentes, administrativos e auxiliares da ESTSP (n=285). Os instrumentos utilizados foram: questionário de caracterização da amostra, escala visual analógica e Neck Disability Index. A prevalência de dor cervical foi elevada e a dor classificada como moderada. A incapacidade funcional variou entre ligeira e moderada. ...
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free text keywords: Dor cervical, Prevalência, Incapacidade funcional, Neck disability index, Neck pain, Prevalence, Functional disability
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