Treino Funcional de Marcha no Ambiente Aquático em Pacientes Pós Acidente Vascular Cerebral

  • José Luis Rodrigues Barbosa Associação de Assistência a Criança Deficiente
  • Daniela Ramos de Campos Magalhães
  • Flavia Aparecida de Lima Lima
  • Douglas Martins Braga
Palavras-chave: Hidroterapia, Acidente Vascular Encefálico, Marcha

Resumo

Introdução. Indivíduos após Acidente Vascular Cerebral (AVC) participam menos de atividade física, gerando déficit funcional em habilidades como sentar, levantar e qualidade da marcha, promovendo impactos na qualidade de vida desses indivíduos. Objetivo. Avaliar aspectos relacionados à marcha, equilíbrio e velocidade em pacientes pós AVC após treino funcional de marcha em ambiente aquático. Método. Foram selecionados 4 pacientes com diagnóstico de AVC, randomizados em dois grupos: grupo experimental (GE) e grupo controle (GC), o GE realizou treino funcional de marcha em ambiente aquático e o GC realizou Fisioterapia aquática convencional. Resultados. Houve melhora (p<0,05) nos resultados do Teste Caminhada de 10 metros, Mini Bestest e Time Up and Go. Conclusão. O protocolo de treino funcional de marcha em ambiente aquático teve influência positiva sobre os aspectos relacionados à marcha, em especial o equilíbrio e velocidade da marcha em paciente pós AVC.

 

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Publicado
2020-11-11
Como Citar
Rodrigues Barbosa, J. L., Magalhães, D. R. de C., Lima, F. A. de L., & Braga, D. M. (2020). Treino Funcional de Marcha no Ambiente Aquático em Pacientes Pós Acidente Vascular Cerebral. Revista Neurociências, 28, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2020.v28.10997
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