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Álvaro Remón-Gallo
Graduado en Podología por la Universidad de Manresa
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Biografía
Antonio Gómez-Bernal
Departamento de Investigación Podoactiva. Parque Tecnológico Walqa. Ctra. N330a Km 566. 22197 Cuarte, Huesca.
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http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4005-9835
Biografía
Aitor Pérez-Morcillo
Departamento de Investigación Podoactiva. Parque Tecnológico Walqa. Ctra. N330a Km 566. 22197 Cuarte, Huesca.
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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9729-6594
Biografía
Javier Alfaro-Santafé
Departamento de Investigación Podoactiva. Parque Tecnológico Walqa. Ctra. N330a Km 566. 22197 Cuarte, Huesca.
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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7651-8725
Biografía
Vol. 5 Núm. 1 (2019), Comunicación Especial, Páginas 14-22
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/ejpod.2019.5.1.4661
Recibido: nov 8, 2018 Aceptado: dic 7, 2018 Publicado: ene 6, 2019
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Objetivo: El objetivo principal de este trabajo es analizar la evidencia científica en relación a la efectividad de los soportes plantares para tratar el dolor femoropatelar.
Material y métodos: Se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica en cuatro bases de datos (Pubmed, Cochrane, Science Direct y Dialnet). Los términos empleados en la búsqueda fueron: patelofemoral pain syndrome, treatment, orthoses y orthotics. Se tuvieron en cuenta los artículos de los últimos 15 años que hablaran de soportes plantares a medida y prefabricados, que no combinaran las plantillas con otra terapia y que no fueran revisiones sistemáticas.
Resultados: Se revisó un total de 10 artículos al completo. Tanto las ortesis a medida como las prefabricadas obtuvieron buenos resultados, aunque a largo plazo fueron mejores las plantillas a medida.
Conclusión: Los soportes plantares son una buena alternativa al tratamiento del síndrome de dolor patelofemoral.

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