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Mejía Morales, L. M., Torres Arias, M., Marín Diaz, D. M., Rincón Hurtado, A. M., Gálvez Castaño, Y. A., & Rodríguez Amador, T. (2021). Relación entre los factores estáticos y dinámicos de la región cervical y escapular en el dolor de cuello en auxiliares administrativas de Areandina-Pereira 2020. Cuaderno De Investigaciones: Semilleros Andina, (13), 168-174. https://doi.org/10.33132/26196301.1755

Resumen

La estática cervical es un referente para el estudio del dolor de cuello relacionado a posturas prolongadas por labor. Esta estática altera el funcionamiento de regiones musculares que atraviesan esta zona y brindan la estabilidad para permanecer en relación céntrica cráneo-cervical, sin representar un desorden musculoesquelético a futuro. La relación directa entre sujetos con padecimientos en la región cervical o cefaleas expresaron valores por debajo de la media, siendo más susceptible las mujeres por su desventaja de capacidad muscular. Pocas investigaciones han sugerido medir esta capacidad en personas trabajadoras de oficina para determinar evaluaciones y propuestas de intervención pertinentes. El objeto de esta investigación es establecer la relación entre los factores estáticos y dinámicos cervical-escapular en auxiliares administrativas de Areandina-Pereira..

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