Terapia Manual

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Na pauta do episódio de hoje a terapia manual. Muitos profissionais em reabilitação músculo-esquelética e no tratamento da dor usam técnicas manuais para avaliar e tratar seus pacientes.

 

Como a história conta o surgimento e desenvolvimento das filosofias que promovem as terapias manuais?

 

E o que é dito em terapia manual, é mesmo possível? 

 

O que a ciência tem a dizer sobre a eficácia desses tipos de terapias no tratamento da dor?

 

Olha no que deu!

 

 

Esse podcast é parte do canal Fisio na Pauta. Nesse canal, assuntos relevantes serão discutidos usando a ciência e o ceticismo como pedras fundamentais. Minha intenção é oferecer informação sobre saúde, ciência, reabilitação e claro… Fisioterapia!

 

O Fisio na Pauta Podcast é uma produção independente, elaborado por Heric Lopes, um fisioterapeuta disposto a disseminar o conhecimento e a informação em prol da evolução da ciência da Fisioterapia.

 

O conteúdo desse programa é meramente informativo e não deve ser utilizado como conselho médico, uma vez que o conteúdo científico está constantemente evoluindo. Em caso de sintomas e/ou dúvidas, recomendo procurar um profissional da área da saúde.

 

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Músicas:

 

Rebirth of Cool | DJ Cam Quartet – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU0ZmbBY9QI

 

In Your Hands | Nick Mulvey – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn1UO8gXPOA&frags=pl%2Cwn

 

Sobre as Mãos | Zé Paulo Becker & Edu Krieger – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt6r3X75tDE&frags=pl%2Cwn

 

Mãos | João Tamura – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88RSyzM8y-Y&frags=pl%2Cwn

 

Healing Hands | Conrad Sewell – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PHFQTR-Hn4&frags=pl%2Cwn

 

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