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Resumo Introdução: A Síndrome de Down (SD), de todas as síndromes genéticas é a mais comum. Na Equoterapia, os movimentos tridimensionais. Equoterapia é um método terapêutico que utiliza o movimento do cavalo para resultados funcionais, realizada em praticantes com síndrome de Down (SD). Síndrome de Down – Projeto de Equoterapia e Hidroterapia. likes · 1 talking about this. Esta página foi criada para divulgar os valores e as.

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Disagreeing with this study, Collet et al. Este parece ser um tema relevante para futuras pesquisas. Promoting balance and jumping skills in children with Down syndrome. Methods It was an observational, analytical, cross-sectional study with a population of individuals with DS, in the Federal District, between the ages of six and 14, of both genders and who practice or not.

Some authors agree that it is not necessary to publish the period, since so few sessions of hippotherapy are needed for results, yet changes after twelve sessions are cited 31 Predictive equations and normal values for maximal respiratory pressures in childhood and adolescence.

Hippotherapy has become widespread as a therapeutic agent justified by its goals of stimulating the individual as a whole, favoring the neuromotor functions. Therefore, the greater the time that Hipppotherapy performs, the greater the value of the variables in question.

Table 2 presents the major descriptive measurements that represent respiratory muscle strength MIP and MEP and the P-value of the Mann-Whitney U test, which was applied because these variables equterapia to unequal variances in the homoscedasticity test, as shown above.

Balance on beams, Single-lever jump, Side-jump and Transfer on platform for analysis of motor coordination for individuals. Among individuals who practice dd, the best results for respiratory muscle strength were for more advanced ages. Zadnikar M, Kastrin A. Effect of hippotherapy in the global motor coordination in individuals with Down Syndrome. Like Brito 37who analyzed the motor coordination in children with DS, evaluated the influence of capoeira practice in this population and observed superior results for males in all equoteapia.

The maneuvers were sustained for a minimum period of 2 seconds, with verbal encouragement from the evaluator.

Revista da sociedade brasileira de atividade motora adaptada. Original articles Hippotherapy and respiratory muscle strength in children and adolescents with Down syndrome. Individuals with Down syndrome DS sindrone alterations that affect the musculoskeletal system, causing abnormal patterns, and alter the morphological anatomical and mechanical axes that provide intrinsic stability to the skeleton, and can trigger misalignments and orthopedic disorders in adulthood.

Results Initially, the tests were selected and applied in 41 individuals, divided into two groups: The research began with 20 individuals with DS, and at the end, we considered 5 subjects, according to the organization chart Figure 1 with a mean of In the evaluation of the distances from the right acromion and the right posterior superior iliac spine var 5 to the left acromion and the left posterior superior iliac spine var 6treatment promoted approximation of variables Figures 3 a and 3b.


Sniff nasal inspiratory pressure. They were selected, first, through the records of the institutions and annotated the telephone contacts of the parents of 45 individuals.

This study aimed to analyze the effect of hippotherapy on the respiratory muscle strength of patients with Down syndrome aged between 7 and 13 years in the Federal District of Brazil. The study group was composed of three male children with a mean age of 7.

In relation to the activities in common to the groups, it was reported based on an anamnesis form, which in the institutions related to each group, the children had physiotherapeutic follow-up, participated in occupational therapies, follow-up with speech therapists, Physical Education classes and besides the pedagogical accompaniment, with psychologist and physician.

These data show that individuals who practice Hippotherapy perform better in tests that involve balance, laterality, energy, strength and speed when compared to individuals with the same syndrome who do not perform Hippotherapy. The maximal efforts were performed from the residual volume and total lung capacity, sustained for a period of one to three seconds.

Speech therapy in hippotherapy

Horses were randomized selected for the sessions and showed docile behavior, obedience to the voice, indifference to unknown objects and noises, they leaned against on the ramp for riding, were fond of children and accepted all kinds of harnesses.

Patients with DS demonstrated satisfactory changes in motor behavior reflected in improved static posture after treatment with hippotherapy. The quantification of postural control allowed to measure changes during the treatment; in this way, the intervention with hippotherapy for children with DS improved their motor performance in fundamental motor skills walking, running, and jumping ; these improvements that may be related to the fact that the intervention staff maximizes time on the moving horse eqkoterapia allow children to respond to stimuli on an almost continuous basis.

The sum of the four quotients represents the motor quotient MQwhich can be presented in percentage or absolute values, allowing to classify the children according to their level of coordinative development: However, this approach is different in children with DS, who often show hypotonia, ligamentous laxity and muscle weakness, which are some of the changes affecting the musculoskeletal system thatlead to a delay in motor development and can contribute to a equoherapia postural misalignment.

Zindrome turn, the rider must stay balanced on the animal by performing postural adjustments in the pelvis, upper limbs and head 14a process that encourages favorable changes in some kinematic variables in the gait of children with DS, and contributes to improve balance deficits, stability of the walking pattern and also in the torso musculature, which is responsible for respiratory dynamics. Beltz Test GmbH; Postural control in children, teenagers and adults with Down syndrome.

Neste momento eles fazem parte da equipe de apoio ao ajudar no cuidado do cavalo.


Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. This abstract may be abridged. The results of this study suggest that the practice of hippotherapy may influence respiratory muscle strength in patients with Down syndrome, of both sexes and aged between 7 and 13 years, when compared with individuals with Down syndrome who do not practice hippotherapy.

Thus, this study aimed to evaluate the posture before and after hippotherapy treatment in individuals with DS. According to Gorla et al.

Further elucidating the beneficial effects of such treatment, it equoterapiq possible to show a postural adjustment dde individuals with Down syndrome in this study, after 27 sessions of hippotherapy with horse at step gait and at a constant speed. eindrome


Effects of hippotherapy and therapeutic horseback riding on postural control or balance in children with cerebral palsy: Ideias e Letras; Time 1 T1 up to 7 min and 30 s on dirt trackon the right direction of the arena; Time 2 T2 from 7 min 30 s to 15 min on grass, straight; Time 3 T3 from 15 min to 22min and 30 soncemented gravel ground, straight; Time 4 T4 from 22min 30 sto 30 min on dirt track on the left direction of the arena.

How to cite this article. O praticante deve ser visto na equoterapia de forma integral, ou seja, o individuo como um todo, um ser atuante em sua terapia e em sua vida. In this study, in both groups, boys showed higher values only for MIP. A psicomotricidade na Equoterapia.

To investigate the effect of a program of horseback riding therapy on the angular kinematics of the ankle and knee in children with Down’s syndrome. This study presented total MQ, representing the overall motor coordination of the EG, with results of the superior female gender, although without significant difference. Rev Inst Cienc Saude. Conclusion The results of this study suggest that the practice of hippotherapy may influence respiratory dwon strength in patients with Down syndrome, dwn both sexes and aged between 7 and 13 years, when compared with individuals with Down syndrome who do not practice hippotherapy.

This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License, which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

This line was marked with two Styrofoam balls at a distance of 1 m from each other, following the software recommendations, to perform the vertical calibration of the images using the application. They observed that male children presented better levels of motor coordination than female.

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