Qualitative analysis of the effect of constraint induced movement therapy in children with cerebral palsy

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2238-6149.v30i2p132-139

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Modalidades de fisioterapia, Paralisia cerebral, Criança, Pré-escolar

Resumo

Este estudo descreve quatro casos de pacientes com paralisia cerebral hemiparética, com idade entre quatro
e onze anos (6,50± 3,32), que realizaram um protocolo de Terapia por Contensão Induzida (TCI). O objetivo foi analisar qualitativamente o efeito da TCI no uso do membro superior acometido. O protocolo foi realizado durante três semanas, onde o membro não acometido foi contido por gesso sintético e foram realizadas atividades funcionais com a transferência dos ganhos ocorridos durante o tratamento para o ambiente real.
A análise qualitativa foi realizada por meio dos ajustes distais do membro acometido e por meio da escala Quality of Upper Skills Test (QUEST). Os quatro participantes obtiveram melhora nos ajustes distais e na pontuação da escala aplicada. A terapia por contensão induzida pode ser uma estratégia de intervenção eficaz para crianças com paralisia cerebral hemiparética.

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Biografia do Autor

Liz Araújo Rohr, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar

Mestranda no programa de pós graduação em fisioterapia da Universidade Federal de São Carlos

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2019-08-28

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Rohr, L. A., Santana, C. A., Silva, E. S. M. da, Alvarez, C. D. de L., Maia, G. L. dos S., & Tudella, E. (2019). Qualitative analysis of the effect of constraint induced movement therapy in children with cerebral palsy. Revista De Terapia Ocupacional Da Universidade De São Paulo, 30(2), 132-139. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2238-6149.v30i2p132-139

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