SINDROME FEMOROPATELAR PDF

Tambien llamado sindrome doloroso rotuliano. La rotula, que es un hueso de forma redondeada y aplanado, esta en la cara anterior de la rodilla y articula con la cara anterior del femur a nivel de la rodilla. Interviene en el movimiento de flexion y extension de la rodilla ya que en la rotula se ancla el cuadriceps. Cuando existe una alteracion de la alineacion de la rotula o en la forma de la superficie de la articulacion del femur con la rotula, se produce una sobrecarga del cartilago de la rotula. Sintomas Dolor en la cara anterior de la rodilla que se acentua al realizar ciertos movimientos de la rodilla, sobretodo subir y bajar escaleras, asi como al ponerse de cuclillas. Tambien puede existir sensacion de bloqueo de la rodilla y crujidos.

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Treatment[ edit ] A variety of treatments for patellofemoral pain syndrome are available. For this reason, knee activity should be reduced until the pain is resolved. Quadriceps weakness and muscle imbalance may contribute to abnormal patellar tracking. Strengthening the vastus medialis to prevent or counter the lateral force of the vastus lateralis is one way of relieving PFPS. However, there is growing evidence that shows proximal factors play a much larger role than vastus medialis VMO strength deficits or quadriceps imbalance.

Stretching of the lateral knee has been suggested to help. It can be used as combination intervention, but as we continue to promote use of active and physical interventions for PFPS, passive interventions such as joint mobilizations are not recommended.

Findings from some studies suggest that there is limited benefit with patella taping or bracing when compared to quadriceps exercises alone.

Poor lower extremity biomechanics may cause stress on the knees and can be related to the development of patellofemoral pain syndrome, although the exact mechanism linking joint loading to the development of the condition is not clear.

Foot orthoses can help to improve lower extremity biomechanics and may be used as a component of overall treatment. However, there is no evidence supporting use of combined exercise with foot orthoses as intervention beyond 12 months for adults. Evidence for long term use of foot orthoses for adolescents is uncertain. No evidence supports use of custom made foot orthoses. It is suggested that higher BMI is associated with limited physical activity in people with PFPS as physical activity levels decrease as a result of pain associated with the condition.

However, no longitudinal studies are able to show that BMI can be a predictor of development or progression of the condition.

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Treatment[ edit ] A variety of treatments for patellofemoral pain syndrome are available. For this reason, knee activity should be reduced until the pain is resolved. Quadriceps weakness and muscle imbalance may contribute to abnormal patellar tracking. Strengthening the vastus medialis to prevent or counter the lateral force of the vastus lateralis is one way of relieving PFPS. However, there is growing evidence that shows proximal factors play a much larger role than vastus medialis VMO strength deficits or quadriceps imbalance. Stretching of the lateral knee has been suggested to help.

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