Vol. 20 Núm. 80 (2020)
Área 17. OTRAS (Entrenamiento deportivo) / OTHERS (Sport training)

EFICACIA Y PERCEPCIÓN DEL DOLOR EN TÉCNICAS DE ESTIRAMIENTOS HOLD-RELAX Y ELECTROESTIMULACIÓN

J. López-Bedoya
Universidad de Granada
Biografía
M. Vernetta-Santana
Universidad de Granada
Biografía
P. Lizaur-Girón
Universidad de Granada
Biografía
M.J. Martínez-Patiño
Universidad de Vigo
Biografía
L. Ariza-Vargas
Universidad de Córdoba
Biografía
Publicado diciembre 22, 2020

Palabras clave:

Flexibilidad, Entrenamiento, Electroestimulación, Extensibilidad isquiotibiales, Tolerancia al dolor
Cómo citar
López-Bedoya, J., Vernetta-Santana, M., Lizaur-Girón, P., Martínez-Patiño, M., & Ariza-Vargas, L. (2020). EFICACIA Y PERCEPCIÓN DEL DOLOR EN TÉCNICAS DE ESTIRAMIENTOS HOLD-RELAX Y ELECTROESTIMULACIÓN. Revista Internacional De Medicina Y Ciencias De La Actividad Física Y Del Deporte, 20(80), 623-640. https://doi.org/10.15366/rimcafd2020.80.011

Resumen

Se analizó el efecto de la técnica de estiramiento HOLD RELAX sin (HR) y con electroestimulación (HR+EE) sobre la mejora y retención del rango de movimiento (ROM) activo (AROM) y pasivo (PROM) de cadera en flexión, y la percepción del dolor durante su aplicación. 42 deportistas fueron asignados a tres grupos: control, HR y HR+EE. El ROM fue medido con el test Straight-Leg-Raise antes, al finalizar el entrenamiento y trascurridas 2 semanas de su finalización. La valoración del dolor se realizó con la escala EVA. El ANOVA mostró un aumento significativo del PROM (p<0,001) en HR y HR+EE, no así del AROM. No se observaron pérdidas significativas del PROM en la retención de sendos grupos. En cuanto al dolor, no existieron diferencias significativas en los valores de EVA al aplicar ambas técnicas. Tanto HR como HR+EE fueron bien toleradas en cuanto a la percepción del dolor.

 

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