45 (15,8%) pacientes. As causas e a faixa etária da paralisia facial estão descritas na com características de paralisia idiopática ou de Bell, (16,8%) de. Exemplos dos movimentos faciais na paralisia facial Fonte: Gilden DH. Bell's palsy. Efectividad del tratamiento de fisioterapia en la parálisis facial periférica. . The usefulness of manipulative physiotherapy in treating bell's palsy. Article. A fonoterapia proposta para os casos de paralisia facial pós-parotidectomia foi eficiente na melhora da mímica facial, sobretudo para as alterações das funções .

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Garcia6, Anna R. The CG did not perform any exercise. The SG performed 4 repetitions of stretching.

The RSG performed both exercises. Cardiorespiratory capacity was evaluated using the 6-minute walk test 6MWT at baseline, at the six- and week follow-ups, and after a six-week period of detraining.

Lower limb muscle strength was assessed using the stand up from a chair and sit down test SUCSD , and blood pressure was measured using a sphygmomanometer and a stethoscope.

Conclusions: Six weeks of stretching or resistive training can improve the functional status of older people.

Nevertheless, DBP decreased after six weeks with the combination of resistive exercise and stretching. Detraining increased SBP when resistive exercise alone was used. Keywords: aging; muscle strength; physical therapy; blood pressure; movement; rehabilitation.


Strength and flexibility training in functional performance of older people Introduction There are a number of structural and functional changes that occur in humans with the aging process. These changes result in a decline in physical activity and eventually a reduction in functional capacity. Among the age-related changes, the ones that contribute the most to loss of functional autonomy are reductions in muscle strength, flexibility, and cardiorespiratory capacity1,2.

Muscle stretching combined with resistive exercises performed three times a week has been described as the best intervention to decrease or prevent loss of muscle mass, strength, mobility, balance, and flexibility in older people These exercises have also been shown to improve the functional capacity of older adults even when performed in isolation8. Other beneficial effects of resistive training are reduced blood pressure at rest9,10, improved cardiorespiratory capacity11,12, and reduced body fat The results of a long-term follow-up study suggested that older people who continued to exercise after a year had significantly greater improvement in strength immediately after the intervention, compared to those who discontinued the resistance program7.

However, it still has not been determined whether resistive exercise combined with stretching exercise can lead to greater improvement in functional and cardiorespiratory capacity in older people compared to resistive or stretching exercise alone.

The optimal frequency and intensity of resistive training remain undefined, as do the potential benefits of combining resistive and stretching exercises to maintain functional gains in older people after detraining.

Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of progressive resistive exercise, stretching or a combination of both on the functional status of healthy older people after interventions and after detraining.

Methods Study design and setting This study was an experimental controlled clinical trial with convenience distribution. Written informed consent was obtained from all participants.

Participants were invited to attend meetings through local radio and local community groups. Eligibility criteria The study included men and women over 60 years of age in a stable condition who were Brazilian National Health System SUS users; who had medical clearance to perform the proposed exercises; and who had not participated in any regular physical activity over the last six weeks. Group assignment The participants elected one of the four treatment groups to which they would be allocated: control CG , stretching SG , resistive RG , and resistive and stretching RSG.

Forty-five healthy older individuals 25 female; 20 male; Rafaella R. Locks, Tatiana C. Costa, Soraia Koppe, Anelize M.

Garcia, Anna R. Study design.

Flow of participants throughout the study. Exercises were performed under the supervision of a physical therapist and three physical therapy students at UFPR.

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The exercise sessions were conducted twice a week at regular times for a total of 24 sessions of approximately 55 minutes each. The anthropometric variables evaluated were height and weight16, An appropriate-sized cuff cuff bladder encircling at least 80 percent of the arm was used to ensure accuracy. SBP was the point at which the first of two or more sounds was heard phase 1 Korotkoff , and DBP was the point before the disappearance of sounds phase V Korotkoff All assessments were conducted in the afternoon.

Participants were encouraged to walk continuously at a comfortable pace but with the aim to cover as much ground as possible in 6 minutes. The Rev Bras Fisioter. Participants were instructed to stand up from a chair and sit down five times as quickly as possible.

The time taken to perform this test was recorded using a digital stopwatch Herweg The test was performed three times, and the results were expressed as the mean between trials.

Experimental procedure Warm-up Protocol A minute warm-up session was performed at the start of each session. The warm-up consisted of walking and recreational activities to bring variety to the exercise sessions Resistive Exercise Protocol The ten-repetition maximum RM technique was used to determine the ideal training weight for each participant.

This test was performed using shin-pads.

The Strength and flexibility training in functional performance of older people RM technique evaluates lifting capacity with respect to the maximum weight that can be moved 10 times with little action of the muscle groups that are not the primary motors of the movement under evaluation The progressive resistive program consisted of 3 sets of 8 repetitions performed twice a week for 12 consecutive weeks.

Strengthening exercises were performed bilaterally using weighted shin-pads, and the muscle groups targeted were: knee extensors seated position and knee flexors standing upright ; hip extensors standing upright and flexors lying down on back ; and the hip abductors and adductors standing upright.

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