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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The Thoracic Scoliosis, Sagittal Plan And The Kyphosing Exercise [la Scoliose Thoracique Plan Sagittal Et Exercice Cyphosant]
Author: Fauvy L.
Da Cunha A.B.N.
Abstract: The sagittal plan mark of a particular note the evolution of the thoracic scoliosis, indeed the thoracic scoliosis evolves quickly to the flat back even the hollow back. For a long time we recommend the regular practice of kyphosing exercises, without know the reality of resulting at the time of the exercise. We have aimed in a kyphosing exercise, carried out in sitting position to register the efficacy of this exercise on the sagittal level of the scoliotic curve but also in the coronal plan and the horizontal plane. Six bringing patients a scoliosis idiopathic of thoracic type and whose angulations are advanced to 25° have the object of this study. The results show a real efficiency on the sagittal plan indeed during the exercise the thoracic kyphosing corresponding to vertebral include in the scoliosis curve improves of 54%: five patients obtaining positive result and on the coronal plan, because the results show a 33 % correction with regard to the initial radiography. Only the horizontal plan doesn't seen influence by the practised exercise. The results show a real effectiveness in the sagittal plan and in the coronal plan, only the horizontal plane does not seem to answer the exercise suggested and practised. The study is restricted to draw the hasty conclusions but consolidates us in the effectiveness of our daily practice during the exercise.
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Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: KIN-09-2008-00-80-81-1779-0123-101019-200808593
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Date Issue: 2008
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