La Relación entre la Fascitis Plantar y la Presión de Talón

Erica Bartolo, Cynthia Formosa, Alfred Gatt

Resumen


Objetivos: La presencia de incremento de presión plantar en la zona medial del talón en la fascitis plantar ha sido estudiado, y los clínicos a menudo utilizan dispositivos de alivio de la presión, como almohadillas de talón y cazoletas, como medio de manejo.

Método: Las presiones plantares en una muestra de 15 participantes adultos con fascitis plantar crónica se compararon con las presiones plantares de los 15 participantes adultos que formaron el grupo control, que fueron comparados por edad, sexo y peso.

Resultados: No hubo diferencias significativas en la presión plantar en el pico pico (p = 0,244), en la presión pico lateral (p = 0,876), en la presión plantar pico en el antepié (p = 0,576) Los 2 grupos. Sin embargo, hubo una diferencia significativa (p = 0,015) en la presión plantar del talón medial entre los 2 grupos, con el grupo de fascitis plantar con menor presión en el talón medial que en el grupo control.

Conclusión: Los hallazgos en este estudio sugieren que no hay relación entre el pico medial del talón de las presiones plantares y crónico medio-plantar talón dolor en la fascitis plantar. Tampoco hay cambio en la presión de la región sintomática del talón medio-plantar a las regiones del talón latero-plantar y del antepié. Como resultado, la presión puede no desempeñar un papel en la fisiopatología de la fascitis plantar.


Palabras clave


Fascitis plantar; presión plantar; dolor de talón.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/ejpod.2017.3.1.1741

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