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This could justify the increased spasticity observed in 1 patient, since she reported that she had been taking on household activities with more intensity due to health problems in the family and was feeling tired on the day of the revaluation.
The subjects of this study showed a good evolution in the aspects studied. We assessed the active range of motion, strength and degree of spasticity in the flexor and extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow joints, and functionality of the upper limb during the performance of daily activities at the first and the twentieth session of conventional physical therapy associated with the use of functional bandages.
A clinical trial aiming to measure the effect of bandages in reducing spasticity of the ankle plantar flexors in gait speed and in step length in 20 hemiplegic patients undergoing botulinum toxin injection found no clear advantage in the associated application of functional bandages Patient 5 had been living with stroke sequelae for 3 years and undergoing physical therapy for 2 years.
Conclusion The subjects of this study showed a good evolution in the aspects studied.
In a clinical trial, researchers evaluated the effects of functional bandage on gross motor function and level of functional independence in thirty children with cerebral palsy. We used frequency distributions and statistical tests to compare the data before and after the intervention in each patient.
In a case study on the influence of orthostatism on trunk control and spasticity in paraplegic patients, the authors state that spasticity may be influenced by factors such as anxiety, muscle fatigue, temperature and depression Tebmann UJ, Schmidt J.
Arch Phys Med Rehabil. Functional bandages have been used in physiotherapeutic practice with the purpose of minimizing disabilities and favoring functional improvement. The revaluation of functionality showed that the patient was able to carry light objects and feed himself more easily using the affected limb after the intervetions. Conversely, the functionality scores remained similar before and after treatment. The children were divided into two groups: If they felt any discomfort while using the bandage, they funconal contact the researchers at anytime and the use of the funcionsl would be suspended in these circumstances.
The bandage was used only in the right lower limb for comparison. There were also reports of reduced pain in the upper limb of patients, a symptom which was not measured in this study. In this study, 5 patients were followed up over a period of 20 sessions.
Even though all these benefits could be found in the literature, there are also studies that report that the functional bandage had no significant effect in patients with neurological sequelae. Patients were followed up for 2 months a total of 20 sessions. Materials and methods The study sample was composed of all patients with neuromotor sequelae of cerebrovascular accident stroke who were treated at the clinic of the School of Physical Therapy of the ASCES College from February to Mayand met the pre-established inclusion and exclusion criteria.
The tegumentary stimulation made possible by this resource would trigger cutaneous mechanoreceptors, which would then take that information to the central nervous system in order to elicit a motor response Late in the course of the study, the patient started using his affected limb more often. The modified Ashworth scale was used to assess the degree of spasticity 13 In the course of the sessions, the patient decreased the frequency of use of the orthosis, despite having been instructed to continue using it during the study.
Introduction Functional bandages are devices used in therapeutic practice to modify the mechanics of body segments, which has been altered due to diseases or musculoskeletal disorders 1. The study sample was composed of all patients with neuromotor sequelae of cerebrovascular accident stroke who were treated at the clinic of the School of Physical Therapy of the ASCES College from February to Mayand met the pre-established inclusion and exclusion criteria.
The patient was able to perform household activities that she was not able to perform before the interventions because of the functional deficit that she had.
She performed most daily activities alone, and ony needed help to get dressed, do her nails and perform housework. Results In this study, 5 patients were followed up over a period of 20 sessions.
Considering the scarcity of scientific evidence on the use of functional bandages in the treatment of patients with stroke sequelae, the aim of this study was to describe the evolution of patients with such sequelae, who have been submitted to the use of functional bandages associated with conservative physical therapy. Even though all these benefits could be found in the literature, there are also studies that report that the functional bandage had no significant effect in patients with neurological sequelae.
The median age of participants was 45 years minimum: Results There was an increase in range of motion and muscle strength of patients, and reduction in spasticity of the wrist and elbow flexor muscles.
Osaki MH, Belfort Jr.
At the cuncional session of application, the patient showed muscle contraction without gravity degree 2 for the elbow flexors, but the strength degree did not evolved until the end of the applications. However, there is still a paucity of research regarding the use of these devices in patients with neurological sequelae, especially those resulting from stroke.
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Of these, only five remained in the study. We conclude that the volunteers who participated in this study showed a good evolution in the aspects studied.
In addtion to this sensory stimulation, there would be an increase in blood and lymph circulation Jaraczewska E, Long C. Eur J Phys Rehabil Med.
After the first sessions of application of the bandages, the patient reported improvement in range of motion of the wrist and fingers, and in the tactile sensitivity of the region. Osaki MH, Belfort Jr. However, there is still a shortage of research regarding the use of these devices in patients with neurological sequelae, especially those resulting from stroke.
Thus, the use of functional bandages associated with conventional physical therapy seems to contribute to the rehabilitation of patients with stroke sequelae. With repetition, these patterns become components of motor learning, and the external stimulus to correct joint alignment becomes no longer necessary However, further research needs to be conducted with larger samples in order to increase the scientific evidence regarding the benefits of this device in the treatment of neurological sequelae.
Artigo Bandagem Funcional — Completo. With regard to imbro ROM, all patients showed gains, increasing the median of the group in flexion and extension of the wrist and in the flexion of the elbow Figure 1. Rev Port Cien Desp.
Moreover, they should help reduce irritation of the neural tissue, directly or indirectly inhibiting the pain associated with movement.