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Neuromuscular electric stimulation in patellofemoral dysfunction: literature review
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In this group was sutured in its anatomic position, showing only the of fibers, the motor points were located anterior and poste- projections of each motor point Figs. Proximal desinsertion of fibularis longus muscle moved medially.
Fibularis longus muscle displaced with each motor point marking and designed by a pin to the surface. B: Fibularis longus muscle repositioned only showing the projections of the pins on the surface.
Diagram for the measurement of Fibularis longus muscle motor points. However, the limited number of studies makes it difficult to contrast our results and discuss the validity of the maps for electrostimulation as the basis for most of the treatment protocols Reid, ; Adams et al.
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Miralles, R. Barcelona, Masson, Moore, K. Peroneal ca. An Acta Orthopeadic. Nordin, M. Interamericana, Gross anatomic evidence of partitioning in the human fibularis longus and brevis muscles. Jennifer et al. Belchior et al. These results show that in a state of relaxation there is a significant difference in the value of the Q angle between symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals and that this difference is not present in a state of maximum isometric contraction of the quadriceps muscle; accordingly, it is believed that this procedure, associated with exercise performed with the straight leg raise SLR will be able to minimize patellar malalignment.
Muscle imbalance is considered one of the risk factors for patellar malalignment. Thus, it is believed that squatting exercises at the angulations studied provide balance between the medial and lateral portions of the dynamic patellar stabilizers, particularly in patients with PFD, and that they can be indicated during the rehabilitation program.
At the end of the treatment they ascertained that there was no significant increase in the range of motion in the control group and in comparing the G2 group that performed passive stretching with G3 which performed passive stretching associated with Russian electrical stimulation, concluded that G3 contributed to a greater increase in the range of motion of hip flexion.
This result suggests that in a patellofemoral dysfunction caused by muscle shortening, "Russian electrical stimulation" can be an adjuvant therapeutic resource in this treatment. While Bily et al. At the end they observed a decrease in pain and an increase in the quadriceps torque in both groups, with no statistically significant difference between G1 and G2.
These results may be a result of the frequency used, since 50Hz could show a better result as it selects in a proportional manner both the phasic and tonic fibers and due to the longer follow-up, during which neural adaptation may have occurred.
However, their results showed that the group that performed passive electrical stimulation did not obtain a significant increase in strength or in the perimeter of the quadriceps muscles, while, on the other hand, the group that performed resistance exercises obtained a significant increase in the strength and in the perimeter of the quadriceps.
It is believed that electrical stimulation only has its effects potentiated for gain of strength when associated with resistance exercises. Pelizzari et al.
In a study conducted with 20 soccer players, by Billot et al. These results also suggest that NMES can be used for injured athletes to decrease or eliminate the effects of detraining. Matheus et al.
A possible explanation for the effects of NMES on muscular atrophy in humans lies in the presence of the distancing of the sarcomeres associated with stimulation of the motor units that lead to a delay in atrophy.
Moreover, it can be used both for muscle strengthening and for aesthetics. Finally, it is necessary to conduct further intervention studies for a better understanding of this type of therapy.
Neuromuscular electric stimulation in patellofemoral dysfunction: Literature review. Acta Ortop Bras. Acta Ortop. Asplund C, Pierre PS. Knee pain and bicyclingfitting concepts for clinicians. Phys Sportsmed. Paar O, Riel KA. Patella dislocation with special reference to cartilage damage.
Radiol Bras. Rev Bras Med Esporte. Rev Fisiot Univers SP. Rev Bras Fisioter Dermato-Funcional. Rev Mackenzie Educ Fis Esporte. Electrical stimulation of denervated musclesfirst results of a clinical study. Artif Organs. Rev Bras Cineantropom Desempenho Hum.Reyna, KJ. Mao, AP. Auger-Messier, J. Wildenauer, E. Results of the ALP stretching at the limit of proportionality Significant differences were observed between G1 and the immobilized groups; in comparing G3 and G5, significant differences were also observed.