Ejercicio supervisado

Las consecuencias de un accidente de coche, cuando hay una lesión en el cuello, se conocen como WAD (Whiplash Associated Disorders).

Hace poco hemos publicado este póster, Comparación de las mejoras en dolor y discapacidad en los ejercicios supervisados frente a intervenciones breves en pacientes con WAD subagudo o crónico: Una revisión sistemática.

Es un trabajo original de Tamara del Águila, Moisés Giménez, https://twitter.com/jorge_ze y Carlos Castaño, ha sido presentado en el #3erCongresoIPETHFT.

Ejercicio supervisado en whiplash

En él analizamos el efecto del ejercicio supervisado, y podemos decir que actualmente no hay razones para recomendar intervenciones supervisadas frente a otras en las que el paciente lleva a cabo estos ejercicios de manera independiente.

Os dejamos el póster para que lo podáis descargar en este enlace (en PDF a máxima resolución, para que lo podáis imprimir si os gusta).

Más abajo os dejamos también toda las referencias bibliográficas del póster (que obviamente, no caben...).

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Fisioterapeuta. Especializado en la rehabilitación de la mano y la extremidad superior. Bloguero desde 2010. Profesor en E.U. Gimbernat (Cantabria).

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