SINDROME DE SALIDA TORACICA PDF

DESCRIPCION Síndrome de la salida torácica (TOS por sus siglas en inglés) es el término general usado para describir los síntomas que ocurren debido a la.

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In the area of labour, physiotherapy acts in two stages: The neurovascular symptoms that characterise the thoracic outlet syndrome have great morbility in the area of labour.

Fisioterapia en el síndrome de salida torácica de ámbito laboral – ScienceDirect

Among the musculoskeletal injuries produced or aggravated by work related factors, the pathology of the shoulder and the cervical region occupies a significant place, only surpassed by low back pain. Abstract The neurovascular symptoms that characterise the thoracic outlet syndrome have great morbility in the area of labour.

In many occasions, structural factors related as much to the bones as to soft tissues and dynamic ones seem to be related in the thoracic outlet syndrome, being the structural factor sindromme when the dynamic one has appeared too. Recommended articles Citing articles 0.

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In the area of labour, to favor the worker’s own responsibility in the preventions is needed besides reducing potential risk. The position adopted by the worker to carry out his work is a risk factor in relation to the thoracic outlet syndrome, since positions and activities in which the arm is raised or the shoulder is depressed, static postures, demanding work and repeated arm movements, trigger the symptomatology.

Among the musculoskeletal injuries produced or aggravated sindromd work related factors, the pathology of the shoulder and the cervical region occupies a significant place, only surpassed by low back pain The position adopted by the worker to carry out his work is a risk factor in relation ee the thoracic outlet syndrome, since positions and activities in which the arm is raised or the shoulder is depressed, static postures, demanding work and repeated arm movements, trigger the symptomatology In many occasions, structural factors related as much to the bones as to soft tissues and dynamic ones seem to be related in the thoracic outlet syndrome, being the structural factor discovered when the dynamic one has appeared too In the area of labour, physiotherapy acts in two stages: Get Access Get Access.

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saluda The treatment, when the syndrome is already established, is based on the diagnosis made after assessment and will be aimed at controlling both symptomatology and posture as well as to take the appropriate corrective ergonomic measures. Prevention is aimed at the analysis of both the job and the worker, checking the static posture, the force and the movements that the job requires.

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