Ombro Doloroso do Hemiplégico: Da Prevenção ao Tratamento

Ana Filipa Neves, Alexandre Camões Barbosa

Resumo


O ombro doloroso do hemiplégico pode surgir entre duas semanas e quatro meses após o acidente vascular cerebral. Apresenta elevada incidência e tem frequentemente etiologia multifatorial. O seu tratamento constitui um desafio na prática clínica, sendo por vezes a resposta terapêutica pobre, comprometendo os resultados do programa de reabilitação.

A abordagem estruturada poderá ajudar a uma melhor resposta terapêutica e contribuir para o sucesso da reabilitação e qualidade de vida do doente. Este trabalho pretende sistematizar a abordagem terapêutica do ombro doloroso do hemiplégico de acordo com os níveis de evidência existentes.


Palavras-chave


Acidente Vascular Cerebral; Dor de Ombro; Hemiplegia

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