Relación entre el dolor lumbar y el acortamiento isquiotibial. Estudio de casos y controles.

  • Miguel Ángel González Gutiérrez
  • Olga León Alava
  • Alvaro Fuentes Olea
  • Ana Serrano Imedio
  • Tomás Gallego Izquierdo
Palabras clave: dolor lumbar, acortamiento, isquiotibiales, distancia-dedos-suelo, estudio de casos y controles

Resumen

Objetivos: Este estudio busca establecer una relación directa entre el dolor lumbar de origen inespecífico y el acortamiento de la musculatura isquiotibial mediante la prueba dedos suelo (Finger-to-floor).
Material y métodos: En el presente estudio participaron 54 sujetos: 27 casos y 27 controles (41 mujeres y 13 hombres).
Resultados: No se ha encontrado relación entre los casos y los controles en las variables Finger-To-Floor test 1 (FTF1) (rP= 0.079; P>0.570), Finger-To-Floor test 2 (FTF2) (rP= 0.000; p>0.998), Finger-To-Floor test 3 (FTF3) (rP= 0.075;p>0.588) y Finger-To-Floor test total (FTFtotal) (-0.006 (-5.23,5.11);p>0.981).
Conclusión: No se encontraron diferencias estadísticamente significativas entre ambos grupos y las respectivas variables.

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2019-01-18
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González Gutiérrez, M. Ángel, León Alava, O., Fuentes Olea, A., Serrano Imedio, A., & Gallego Izquierdo, T. (2019). Relación entre el dolor lumbar y el acortamiento isquiotibial. Estudio de casos y controles. European Journal of Podiatry / Revista Europea De Podología, 5(1), 7-13. https://doi.org/10.17979/ejpod.2019.5.1.4360
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