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In addtion to this sensory stimulation, there would be an increase in blood and lymph circulation Biomecanica do tornozelo com a bandagem funcional preventiva. Discussion The aim of using functional bandages is to normalize the biomechanics of the segments and contribute to the regulation of the muscle tone by facilitating synergistic activity and joint alignment 4.

Patients were followed up for 2 months a total of 20 sessions. According to our findings, there was an increase in range of motion ROM for all analyzed movements, strength gains in the muscle groups assessed, and a reduction in the degree of spasticity in most patients.

However, it is important to stress that botulinum toxin acts by blocking the release of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction, leading to muscle paralysis with prolonged effect for a few months In the course of the sessions, the patient decreased the frequency of use of the orthosis, despite having been instructed to continue using it during the study.

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Patient 5 had been living with stroke sequelae for 3 years and undergoing physical therapy for 2 years. Even though all these benefits could be found in the literature, there are also studies that report that the functional bandage had no significant effect in patients with neurological sequelae. Stroke is a clinical condition especially characterized by alterations in posture and movement resulting from changes in postural tone and may be accompanied by cognitive impairments.

Functional bandages have been used in physiotherapeutic practice with the purpose of minimizing disabilities and favoring functional improvement. The subjects of this study showed a good evolution in the aspects studied.

Introduction Functional bandages are devices used in therapeutic practice to modify the mechanics of body segments, which has been altered due to diseases or musculoskeletal disorders 1. Congresso Brasileiro de Fisioterapia e 1. We hope that the data obtained in this study will indicate the existence of yet another useful resource for the treatment of patients with stroke sequelae, as well as support the conduction of further research.

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There was a total of 7 patients.

Use of functional bandages in patients with stroke

Patient 4 had been living with stroke sequelae for 9 years and had begun with physical therapy soon after discharge. At the fifth session of application, the patient showed muscle contraction without gravity degree 2 for the elbow flexors, but the strength degree did not evolved until the end of the applications.

He was dependent in most daily activities, performing some of them with assistance, like washing himself, drying himself after a shower or brushing his teeth. Am J Knee Surg. Jaraczewska E, Long C.

The subjects this study received conservative physiotherapeutic treatment, which consisted of stretching exercises of flexor and extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow joints 2 sets funcionsl 30 seconds ; strengthening of the same muscle groups using dumbbells 2 sets of 5 repetitions 16 omrbo, 1718 ; abndagem of the extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow applied for 1 minute 1920followed by the application of an elastic and adhesive bandage of the brand Therapy Taping directly on the skin along the area of the extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow of the affected limb.

Fncional patient was fully independent in activities of daily living ADL using the healthy upper limb, but had difficulties in performing fine activities with the paretic limb. Stroke is a clinical condition especially characterized by alterations in posture and movement resulting from changes in postural tone and may be accompanied by cognitive impairments.

Thus, there is an optimization of movement coordination, facilitating the reestablishment of proprioception Objective To report the motor evolution of patients living with sequelae of stroke, who have been submitted to the use of functional bandages associated with conventional physical therapy.

In addtion to this sensory stimulation, there would be an increase in blood and lymph circulation Moreover, they should help reduce irritation of the neural tissue, directly or indirectly inhibiting the pain associated with movement. There was an increase in range of motion and muscle strength of patients, and reduction in spasticity of the wrist and elbow flexor muscles.

The authors concluded that the use of bandages together with a rehabilitation program is important in reducing pain, inflammation, muscle weakness and maintaing alignment of the upper limb in these patients Patient 3 had had a second stroke episode one month prior to participating in the study, and the first episode 6 years before that.

Patients were followed up for 2 months a total of 20 sessions. November 13, ; Accepted: The patient was fully independent in activities of daily living ADL using the healthy upper limb, but had difficulties in performing fine activities with the paretic limb.

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According to the literature, functional bandages provide rest to injured structures, minimizing disabilities, improving the functionality of the segments and recovering function 1. The subjects this study received conservative physiotherapeutic treatment, which consisted of stretching exercises of flexor and extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow joints 2 sets of 30 seconds ; strengthening of the same muscle funcionla using dumbbells 2 sets of 5 repetitions 161718 ; cryo-stimulation of the extensor muscles of the wrist and elbow applied for 1 minute 1920followed bxndagem the application of an elastic and adhesive bandage of the brand Therapy Taping directly on the skin along the area of the extensor muscles of the fundional and elbow of the affected limb.

Initially, they were applied on fucnional anterior segment of the forearm and posterior segment of the arm, passing through the wrist and elbow joints, without any tension, so that the patient could adapt to the use of the device.

Results There was an increase in range of motion and muscle strength of patients, and reduction in spasticity of the wrist and elbow flexor muscles.

This suggests that the use of functional bandages associated with conventional physical therapy could be effective in the rehabilitation of stroke patients.

Initially, they were applied on the anterior segment of the forearm and posterior segment of the arm, passing through the wrist and elbow joints, without any tension, bandagm that the patient could adapt to the use of the device.

During the use of functional bandages associated with conservative treatment we could observe an improvement in the quality of movements performed by the patients, which facilitates the performance of daily activities.

Thus, the use of functional bandages associated with conventional physical therapy seems to contribute to the rehabilitation of patients with stroke sequelae. Tebmann UJ, Schmidt J.

To report the motor evolution of patients living with sequelae of stroke, who have been submitted to the use of functional bandages associated with conventional physical therapy.