Síndrome da dor fêmoro-patelar: implicações para a fisioterapia

Valdeci Carlos Dionísio

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A proposta deste artigo foi sintetizar o conhecimento científico relevante a respeito da síndrome da dor fêmoro-patelar (SDFP) e discutir as implicações para a fisioterapia. A análise da literatura corrente revela que a causa da SDFP é multifatorial, tendo várias particularidades anatômicas, mecânicas e neuromusculares, as quais podem atuar como fatores geradores dessa síndrome. Essas observações exigem que o fisioterapeuta busque uma análise criteriosa e individual dos portadores de SDFP, a fim de propor estratégias adequadas a cada caso.

Palavras-chave: fisioterapia, patela, traumatismos do joelho

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33233/fb.v8i5.1806

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