2010
DOI: 10.5016/1980-6574.2010v16n4p958
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Abstract: Resumo: Objetivo: Avaliar a eficácia do método Pilates na redução da dor crônica associada à escoliose não estrutural. Método: Participaram do estudo ensaio clínico controlado e aleatorizado 31 universitárias, com idade entre 18 e 25 anos, com diagnóstico de escoliose não estrutural e apresentando dor crônica na coluna vertebral. A amostra foi dividida em grupo controle (n=11) que não foi submetido a nenhuma intervenção terapêutica e grupo experimental (n=20) que participou do programa de mecanoterapia pelo mé… Show more

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“…This group practiced the method, at the school, from April to November 2014, with frequency of two times a week and duration of 1 hour per session. The students practiced a protocol with exercises based on the Pilates method, with floor Pilates and accessories, consisting of three stages, according to the protocol by Araújo et al 10 , adapted by the researchers, and the level of difficulty increased gradually according to the evolution of the students. The IG practiced no physical education at school, since some public schools in the country offer do not offer the discipline in the early years of elementary school, and neither practiced any regular physical exercise, according to their answers to a simple questionnaire applied by the researchers.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This group practiced the method, at the school, from April to November 2014, with frequency of two times a week and duration of 1 hour per session. The students practiced a protocol with exercises based on the Pilates method, with floor Pilates and accessories, consisting of three stages, according to the protocol by Araújo et al 10 , adapted by the researchers, and the level of difficulty increased gradually according to the evolution of the students. The IG practiced no physical education at school, since some public schools in the country offer do not offer the discipline in the early years of elementary school, and neither practiced any regular physical exercise, according to their answers to a simple questionnaire applied by the researchers.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The aims of the studies of Table 1, were to evaluate the ef icacy of the Pilates Method regarding pain (20,23,25,27,8), lexibilidade (21,9,26,11), strength (22,28), balance (22,9,24,29), functionality (22,23,24,25,27,8), quality of life (23,24,26), muscular resistance (9), posture (9), fatigue (26), lumbo-pelvic stability (11), to quantify the effects of a Pilates program in the biomechanics of the shoulder and trunk (28), and to measure the participation and adherence to Pilates exercises (30).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The following instruments were used to evaluate pain: Borg CR10 scale (20), Bath Ankylosing Spondylitis Disease Activity Index (BASDAI) (23), Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire (25), pain sub-scale of the Miami Back Index (25), pain sub-scale of the SF-36 (25) Numerical Rating Scale of 101 points (NRS-101) (27), and Roland Morris pain rating visual-analog scale (8). Flexibility was evaluated through: lexibility test on the Wells bench (21, 9, 11), leximeter (21), supine hamstring lexion test (9), and modi ied sit and reach test (26).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…O protocolo de intervenção baseou-se nos exercícios do método Pilates (Pilates solo e acessórios),dividido em três etapas, conforme Araújo et al, 18 e adaptado pelos autores, constando de preparação, parte específica e volta à calma.…”
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