Efeitos da autoliberação miofascial com foam roller ou roller massager sobre a dor e a função musculoesquelética após exercícios

Natiele Camponogara Righi, Iago Balbinot, Bruno Cesar Correa Arbiza, Dhayan Quevedo Ferrão, Léo José Rubin Neto, Antônio Marcos Vargas da Silva, Luis Ulisses Signori

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Introdução: A autoliberação miofascial com o Foam Roller (FR) ou Roller Massager (RM) pode ser uma intervenção que favorece a recuperação após exercícios. Objetivo: Revisar de forma integrativa os efeitos do FR ou RM sobre a dor e a funcionalidade musculoesquelética de voluntários saudáveis após a realização de exercícios. Métodos: Revisão integrativa da literatura. A busca foi realizada nas bases de dados Medline (PubMed), Cochrane Library, Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde e PeDro, sem restrições de ano de publicação ou idioma, através dos descritores em inglês “Healthy Volunteers”; “Exercise”; “Clinical Trial”; e das palavras-chave “Myofascial Release”, “Foam Rolling”, “Roller Massage”. Resultados: Inicialmente a busca incluiu 84 estudos e posterior análise dos critérios de elegibilidade foram incluídos apenas quatro estudos. Nestes estudos a intervenção melhorou a percepção da dor e algumas variáveis funcionais, dentre estas, a amplitude de movimento, força, resistência, velocidade de reação e a potência após os exercícios. Conclusão: Os estudos demonstram que o FR ou RM reduziram a dor e melhoram algumas variáveis funcionais. No entanto, estes resultados ainda são inconsistentes pelo baixo número de estudos, carecendo de maior investigação para aumentar o nível de evidência e a aplicação da técnica nesta condição.

Palavras-chave: autoliberação miofascial, exercício, foam roller, voluntários saudáveis.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33233/fb.v20i2.2701

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