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Effects of A Gentle Gymnastics Program on the Quality of Walking and Quality of Life of Patients with Regional Painful Knee Complex Type I Pain Syndrome: Case Study

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Objectives: Complex regional painful knee syndrome (SRDC) type I is a pathology with many different origins and involves heavy physical and psychological repercussions. Its rehabilitation care is still poorly studied, although it is essential. Soft practices are beneficial when rehabilitating osteoarticular pathologies similar to the SRDC. It is therefore interesting to see the impact of such practices on the SRDC on both functional abilities and quality of life. Material and Methods: Three subjects with knee algodystrophy participated in the program at a rate of 3x1h/week for 4 weeks. All sessions were individual. Lower limb muscle strength, joint amplitude, walking quality and speed, as well as kinesiophobia, quality of life, self-esteem and perceived pain were studied. Results: Thanks to this program, all functional abilities have been improved for all 3 subjects. The rate of kinesiophobia decreased in two of the three subjects, physical and mental qualities of life and self-esteem were increased in all subjects, and perceived pain decreased in all three subjects. Conclusion: This rehabilitation protocol seems to improve all the physical and psychological qualities altered by the complex regional painful knee syndrome

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hal-03962676 , version 1 (30-01-2023)

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Sandrine Schiano-Lomoriello, Solène Diodati, Romain Leclercq, Hugues Portier. Effects of A Gentle Gymnastics Program on the Quality of Walking and Quality of Life of Patients with Regional Painful Knee Complex Type I Pain Syndrome: Case Study. Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, 2019, 23 (3), ⟨10.26717/BJSTR.2019.23.003918⟩. ⟨hal-03962676⟩
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