Que la Tesis Doctoral titulada Aportación de los puntos gatillo miofasciales y los procesos de . Los puntos gatillo, son una causa primordial, aunque descuidada , de dolor y disfunción Los TrPs se diagnostican mediante palpación manual en el contexto de .. Simons DG, Travell j, Simons LS () Travell and Simons' . One of them is the book entitled Dolor y Disfunción Miofascial. El manual de los puntos gatillo. 2 Volúmenes. By Janet G. Travell, David G. Simons. This book. puntos gatillo miofasciales como causa habitual de dolor y disfunción . (The management of nonspecific chronic back pain with manual trigger point therapy) . Travell & Simons' Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual, .
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Results 1 - 30 of 30 Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Janet-G-Travell books online. Dolor y disfunción miofascial: el manual de los puntos gatillo. Travell and Simons' Trigger Point Flip Charts Janet Travell MD, DOLOR Y DISFUNCION MIOFASCIAL- TRAVELL AND SIMONSDocuments. Travell JG, Simons DG. Dolor y disfunción miofascial. El ma- Mosby; nual de los puntos gatillo. Extremidades inferiores. Madrid: Jones LH. Strain and.
Celik and Yeldan 27 indicated that muscular strength is lower in subjects with latent MTrPs compared with healthy subjects. Considering the high prevalence and the functional alterations that occur in older adults with nonspecific shoulder pain, little evidence is found regarding invasive physical therapy techniques in this population.
The aim of this pilot study was to assess the immediate and short-term efficacy of a single physical therapy intervention with DDN on latent active MTrPs in conjunction with active MTrPs in the infraspinatus muscle in individuals older than 65 years old who are diagnosed with nonspecific shoulder pain.
The inclusion criteria were as follows: people aged 65 years and older with uni- or bilateral nonspecific shoulder pain and at least 1 active and 1 latent MTrP in the infraspinatus muscle ipsilateral to the painful shoulder. Nonspecific shoulder pain was considered in cases in which the main source of symptoms was located in the space between the acromion, the insertion of the deltoid muscle, and the lateral region of the scapula without a prior diagnosis in medical record, according to the International Association for the Study of Pain criteria.
On the other hand, confirmatory criteria included visual or tactile identification of an LTR, image of an LTR caused by inserting a needle into the sensitive knot and pain, or alteration of the sensitivity upon compressing the sensitive knot in the muscle.
According to Tough et al, 29 these criteria are widely used in research studies, and their interexaminer reliability was described by Lucas et al, 30 although some of these criteria remain questionable.
Active MTrPs produce spontaneous and recognizable pain under stimulation, whereas latent MTrPs generate localized pain or unrecognizable referred pain upon stimulation. The inclusion and exclusion criteria were based in previous studies. The study was approved by the area's Clinical Research Ethics Committee.
Outcome Measurement Sociodemographic data such as age and sex were collected at baseline A0 , before the intervention. The primary outcomes pain intensity, pressure pain threshold PPT , and grip strength were measured at baseline A0 , immediately after the intervention A1 , and a week after the intervention A2.
Pain intensity was measured with the Numerical Rating Scale NRS of 11 points interval from 0 to 10 , where 0 corresponds to no pain, and 10 corresponds to the worst pain imaginable. A graphical representation of 11 spaces was used to indicate the patient's own evaluation of his or her pain. The subjects were asked to assess the subjective pain intensity of the painful shoulder by pointing with 1 of their fingers to mark the level of pain on the scale.
The NRS is valid and reliable for use in elderly people, 31 , 32 and its correlation with the Visual Analogue Scale shows a high convergent validity 0. In particular, women are more sensitive to pain than men, and the sex influence decreases as age increases. After indicating the most hyperalgesic latent MTrPs of anterior deltoid and extensor carpi radialis brevis muscles, the examiner determined PPT for these points. Both the blind examiner and the participant were trained to recognize the PPT on the contralateral side.
This procedure was recommended by Fisher.
Three repeated measurements were performed at the same place within an interval of 30 to 60 seconds, and the average value was used for data analysis. The same movements were painless and full range in passive range of motion. In superior Apleys scratch test McFarland, , the hand reached the mid dorsal region, the same as the contralateral side; whereas in the inferior test the affected limb reached the inferior angle of the scapula, while the left hand achieved the higher position of the cervicodorsal junction.
Specic tests were positive for Jobes test Buckup, offering resistance to the Table 2 Summary of the patient assessment results.
Garc The active movement improves after the application of Kinesio Taping. This was demostrated by Yoshida and Kahanov and Ebbers and Pijnappel for the active exion of the lower trunk and for the sit and reach test in the lower limbs respectively.
Furthermore, other authors emphasized the functional improvement and focused in the control of upper limb Jaraczewska and Long, ; Yasukawa et al. The patient probably obtained benet from this effect over the motor control by Kinesio Taping.
Simoneau et al. Furthermore Alexander et al. This lower muscular tone might explain the MTPs inhibition and the functional improvement that might inuence the decrease of pain. Conclusion Data on pain, joint motion and shoulder function obtained from this study may suggest that treatment with Kinesio Taping contributed to the resolution of the patients pathology, producing an immediate improvement and resolving the problem in the following days.
Dolor y disfunción miofascial: el manual de los puntos gatillo
The results therefore suggest that Kinesio Taping might well be a technique highly appropriate in the treatment of MTPs. However, more research is necessary, both clinical and neurophysiological, to clarify the specic mechanisms and effects of the Kinesio Taping technique. What is the effect of taping along or across a muscle on motoneurone excitability?
A study using triceps surae. Manual Therapy ; Does tape facilitate or inhibit the lower bres of trapezius? Manual Therapy ;8 1 Buckup K. Clinical test for the musculoskeletal system. Examination, sings, phenomena. New York: Thieme; Ch 2, p. Effects of kinesio taping on the timing and ratio of vastus medialis obliquus and vastus lateralis muscle for person with patellofemoral pain.
Journal of Biomechanics ;40 S2 Does taping inuence electromyographic muscle activity in the scapular rotators in healthy shoulders?
Manual Therapy ;7 3 Use of botulinum toxin in the treatment of chronic myofascial pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain ;19 4 Drummond S, Fox K. Feasibility of kinesiotape application for treatment of dysarthria.
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Kinesio taping in stroke: improving functional use of the upper extremity in hemiplegia. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation ;13 3 Comparison of lidocaine injection, botulinum toxin injection, and dry needling to trigger points in myofascial pain syndrome.
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Central modulation of pain evoked from myofascial trigger point. Clinical Journal of Pain ;23 5 Changes in ankle joint proprioception resulting from strips of athletic tape applied over the skin. Journal of Athletic Training ;32 2 Simons DG. Clinical and etiological update of myofascial pain from trigger points. Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain ; Mitad superior del cuerpo.
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J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;40 8 Rehabil Res Pract ; Simons ISBN : : Libro You could copy this ebook, i furnish downloads as a pdf, sitedx, word, txt, ppt, rar and zip. Get fast, free shipping with site Prime. Pain ;77 1 Celik and Yeldan 27 indicated that muscular strength is lower in subjects with latent MTrPs compared with healthy subjects. Two days after treatment and from a subjective point of view, the patient felt there had been a noticeable improvement.