2015, Number 06
Effectiveness of the segmental treatment with Trabert current in patient with epicondylitis external humeral
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ABSTRACTAn experimental study, of therapeutic intervention type was carried out in 60 patients of both sexes, with humeral, external epicondylitis assisted in the Rehabilitation Room of "Eduardo Mesa Llull" Teaching Community Polyclinic, from II Front municipality, of Santiago de Cuba province, from November, 2013 to same month of 2014, with the objective of evaluating the effectiveness of the segmental treatment with Trabert current according to variables of interest for the investigation. The sample was divided into 2 groups of 30 members each. Those of the first group received segmental treatment; those of the second group, were treated with painful trigger points. With the applied therapy a total recovery of 27 patients of the study group and 26 of the control was achieved, so that the effectiveness of the segmental treatment in the humeral external epicondylitis is similar to that of painful trigger.
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