Cómo citar
Espitia De La Hoz, F. J., de Andrade Marques, A., & Orozco Gallego, H. (2015). Utilidad del Biofeedback Perineal en las disfunciones del piso pélvico. Revista Investigaciones Andina, 17(31), 1301-1312. https://doi.org/10.33132/01248146.542

Resumen

Objetivo: evaluar la utilidad del Biofeedback perineal en las disfunciones del piso pélvico.

Método: se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica en las bases de datos electrónicas Pubmed, Ovid, Elsevier, Interscience, EBSCO, Scopus, SciELO.

Resultados: la reeducación de los músculos del suelo pélvico, con técnicas de biofeedback, es el tratamiento conservador más utilizado para las mujeres con síntomas de incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo o con prolapsos del piso pélvico. El biofeedback ayuda a la realización correcta de los ejercicios, y es especialmente útil en los pacientes que tienen dificultades en la localización de la musculatura perineal.

Conclusiones: en el biofeedback los ejercicios musculares del suelo pélvico se realizan, asistidos por un equipo que traduce la contracción muscular en una señal gráfica, acústica o ambas, para que el paciente y el fisioterapeuta perciban el trabajo realizado. La introducción del biofeedback en las técnicas de rehabilitación perineal han mejorado los resultados, siendo hoy por hoy la técnica más eficaz en la recuperación perineal.

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