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dc.contributor.advisorRosas, Ralph Fernando
dc.contributor.authorMaurílio, Khiany Damaris Mathias
dc.coverage.spatialTubarãopt_BR
dc.date.accessioned2020-12-12T00:58:12Z
dc.date.available2020-12-12T00:58:12Z
dc.date.issued2020pt_BR
dc.identifier.urihttp://www.riuni.unisul.br/handle/12345/11003
dc.descriptionObjective: To analyze the effects of Craniosacral Therapy (TCS) on individuals with headache (CD). Methods: Controlled randomized clinical trial. The sample was composed by 58 individuals with CD complaint allocated to Experimental Group (GE=40) and Control Group (GC=18). In the EG, 6 techniques of TCS were performed and in the GC cervical stretching in the extensor and flexor muscles. We included individuals of both genders with ages between 18 and 50 years. The Headache Impact Test (HIT-6), Anxiety Inventory (IDATE), Pittsburgh Sleep and Pain Questionnaires (Mcgill) and Short Form-36 (SF-36), and Visual Analog Scale (EVA) were used for data collection. There were 4 sessions, twice a week, in GE and GC. Results: Regarding pain, there were significant statistical differences in VAS, in EG and CG, in the 1st reevaluation, however, there was no difference between the 2nd and 3rd (after 7 days), in both groups. There was a statistically significant difference in the score of HIT-6 and PSQI of the EG, however, there was no significance related to these in CG. In the IDATE and McGill questionnaires, there was no significant difference in both groups. In the SF-36, there were significant statistical differences in only 2 aspects of the questionnaire in the EG and in the CG. Final considerations: It is concluded that TCS and AC have an analgesic effect on CD, however, TCS has been shown to be more effective in relation to the impact of CD and in improving sleep quality.pt_BR
dc.description.abstractObjetivo: Analisar os efeitos da Terapia Craniossacral (TCS) em indivíduos com dor de cabeça (DC). Métodos: Ensaio clínico randomizado controlado. A amostra foi composta por 58 indivíduos com queixa de DC alocados em Grupo Experimental (GE=40) e Grupo Controle (GC=18). No GE, foram realizadas 6 técnicas de TCS e no GC alongamentos cervicais nos músculos extensores e flexores. Foram inclusos indivíduos de ambos os gêneros com idades entre 18 e 50 anos. Foram utilizados na coleta de dados os questionários Headache Impact Test (HIT-6), Inventário de Ansiedade (IDATE), Questionários de dor (Mcgill) e de Sono de Pittsburgh (PSQI) e o Short Form-36 (SF-36), e Escala Visual Analógica (EVA). Foram realizadas 4 sessões, 2 vezes semanais, no GE e GC. Resultados: Em relação à dor, houve diferença estatística significante na EVA, no GE e GC, na 1ª reavaliação, todavia, não existiu entre a 2ª e a 3ª (após 7 dias), em ambos os grupos. Houve diferença estatística significante no escore do HIT-6 e PSQI do GE, contudo, não houve significância relacionado a esses no GC. Nos questionários IDATE e McGill, não houve diferença significativa em ambos os grupos. No SF-36, houve diferença estatística significante em somente 2 aspectos do questionário no GE e no GC. Considerações finais: Conclui-se que a TCS e AC possuem efeito analgésico na DC, contudo, a TCS demonstrou ser mais efetiva em relação ao impacto da DC e na melhora da qualidade do sono.pt_BR
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dc.language.isopt_BRpt_BR
dc.relation.ispartofFisioterapia - Tubarãopt_BR
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Brazil*
dc.rights.urihttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/br/*
dc.subjectCefaleiapt_BR
dc.subjectTerapia Craniossacralpt_BR
dc.subjectFisioterapiapt_BR
dc.titleEfeitos da terapia craniossacral na cefaleiapt_BR
dc.typeMonografiapt_BR
dc.subject.areaCiências da Saúdept_BR


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