2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1806-00132013000400009
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Influência do tratamento das desordens temporomandibulares na dor e na postura global

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“…Although the association between TMD and craniocervical posture has been studied, questions remain. Several studies have shown that individuals with TMD exhibit cervical spine and head posture changes and that body posture is related to dysfunctions of the stomatognathic system [39][40][41][42][43]; however, other investigations have not established this correlation [44][45][46].…”
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“…Although the association between TMD and craniocervical posture has been studied, questions remain. Several studies have shown that individuals with TMD exhibit cervical spine and head posture changes and that body posture is related to dysfunctions of the stomatognathic system [39][40][41][42][43]; however, other investigations have not established this correlation [44][45][46].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Azato [41] and Castillo et al [42] reported that postural deviations can interfere in the function and organization of the TMJ. The authors observed a significant improvement in the vertical alignment of the head and less pain in the treatment group.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The methods used in the studies were: a) Postural Assessment Software (PAS) was used in 15 studies: Moraes et al (5) , Okama et al (11) , Ferreira et al (13) , Meereis et al (15) , Melo et al (18) , Rossi et al (19) , Pachioni et al (23) , Bosso et al (25) , Morimoto et al (26) , Tavares et al (29) , Simão et al (30) , Sinzato et al (31) , Borges et al (33) , Azato et al (35) , Gimenes et al (37) .…”
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“…(36) Considering the analysis methods used, it can be seen that there was no uniformity in the choice of the method for the evaluation of body position. However, it was found that most of the reviewed studies used PAS (5,11,13,15,18,19,23,25,26,(29)(30)(31)33,35,37) . Furthermore, it was found that most studies used methods of photography as a way for analysis.…”
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