Lesiones en el entorno deportivo
Lesiones en el entorno deportivo
Diseño de programas de ejercicio mediante el estudio de factores de riesgo.
Activación Lumbo-Pélvica
Activación Lumbo-Pélvica
Estudio de las respuestas neuromusculares a través de la EMG.
Patologías Crónicas
Patologías Crónicas
Estudio y aplicación del efecto del ejercicio físico en el ámbito clínico.
LESIONES EN EL ENTORNO LABORAL
LESIONES EN EL ENTORNO LABORAL
Prevención y Acondicionamiento Físico en el entorno laboral
Dolor
Dolor
Estudio de los mecanismos de aprendizaje al dolor crónico.

Líneas de Investigación

Aplicación de programas de ejercicio físico en patologías crónicas (ej: cáncer, artrosis, lumbalgias, hemofilia...), así como el estudio de factores de riesgo asociados a la disminución de estas variables.
LEER MÁS
Estudio en diferentes poblaciones las respuestas neuromusculares (ej: fatiga, activación) a través de la electromiografía (EMG) en la realización de diferentes tareas y actividades de la vida diaria.
LEER MÁS
Estudio de la capacidad laboral y de prevalencia de problemas en el entorno laboral, así como sus factores de riesgo y la actuación para su prevención/recuperación mediante programas de ejercicio físico.
LEER MÁS
Diseño de programas de prevención en lesiones deportivas, mediante el estudio de factores de riesgo y posterior aplicación para su prevención/recuperación mediante programas de ejercicio físico.
LEER MÁS
Estudio de los mecanismos de aprendizaje al dolor crónico, así como todos los procesos cognitivos implicados desde un abordaje biopsicosocial.
LEER MÁS

PROYECTOS

A continuación se presenta los diversos proyectos que se han realizado por parte de los miembros de este grupo. Los proyectos han sido solicitados desde empresas, instituciones y otras entidades.

Aportaciones

15

Congresos

47

TFG

37

Artículos

15

TFM

75

Posters

4

Tesis Doctoral

27

Ponencias

20

Colaboraciones

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RECONOCIMIENTOS

Diversos premios, galardones y reconocimientos otorgados a miembros del grupo.

Nuestro Equipo

Los integrantes de este grupo pertenecen al Departamento de Fisioterapia de la Universitat de Valencia.
PhD. José Casaña Granell

PhD. José Casaña Granell

Director
Titular de Universidad. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Lirios Dueñas Moscardo

PhD. Lirios Dueñas Moscardo

Member
Contratada Doctora. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Gemma V. Espí López

PhD. Gemma V. Espí López

Member
Titular de Universidad. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Ruben López Bueno

PhD. Ruben López Bueno

Colaborator
Contratado Doctor. Department of Phsysical Education. (University of Zaragoza).
PhD. Laura López Bueno

PhD. Laura López Bueno

Member
Titular de Universidad. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Joaquín Calatayud Villalba

PhD. Joaquín Calatayud Villalba

Member
Contratado Doctor. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Ferran Cuenca Martínez

PhD. Ferran Cuenca Martínez

Member
Profesor Asociado. Department of Physiotherapy (University of Valencia)
PhD. Manuel Zarzoso Muñoz

PhD. Manuel Zarzoso Muñoz

Member
Titular de Universidad. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Enrique Sanchís Sánchez

PhD. Enrique Sanchís Sánchez

Member (unregistered)
Contratado Doctor. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Fernando Domínguez Navarro

PhD. Fernando Domínguez Navarro

Member (unregistered)
Profesor Asociado Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Josep C. Benítez Martínez

PhD. Josep C. Benítez Martínez

Member
Contratado Doctor. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).
PhD. Luis Suso Martí

PhD. Luis Suso Martí

Member
Profesor Asociado. Department of Physiotherapy (University of Valencia).
PhD. Sergio Hernández Sánchez

PhD. Sergio Hernández Sánchez

Colaborator
Contratado Doctor. Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University Miguel Hernandez).
PhD. Borja Pérez Domínguez

PhD. Borja Pérez Domínguez

Member (unregistered)
Profesor Asociado Department of Phsysiotherapy. (University of Valencia).

COLABORADORES EXTERNOS

Professor at the National Research Centre for the Working Environment in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dr. Lars Andersen

Dr. Lars Andersen

Dinamarca

A currently works at the Escuela de Kinesiología, University of Chile.
Carlos Cruz

Carlos Cruz

Chile

Investigador Responsable en Clinimetria en Fisioterapia (IBIMA TECH)
Dr. Antonio Cuesta

Dr. Antonio Cuesta

Málaga

Trabaja en la universidad de Oviedo, su investigación se focaliza en el suelo pélvico.
Dra. María Blanco

Dra. María Blanco

Oviedo

Actualmente Becario FPU en Universidad de Málaga.
Adrián Escriche

Adrián Escriche

Málaga

Aportaciones a Congresos

Últimas Publicaciones

En esta sección se podrán encontrar las publicaciones mas recientes.

Effect of a brief progressive resistance training program in hospital porters on pain, work ability, and physical function

Hospital porters are possibly exposed to the greatest mechanical loads within the hospital environment. However, the evidence about preventive strategies […]

A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Dry Needling in Subacromial Syndrome

This study evaluated the effectiveness of dry needling combined with conventional physiotherapy in the recovery of patients with subacromial syndrome. […]

Exercise and Manual therapy for the treatment of primary headache

The main aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of exercise and manual therapy interventions in patients with […]

Preoperative high-intensity strength training improves postural control after TKA: randomized-controlled trial

This study investigates the effectiveness of preoperative high-intensity strength training (with a special emphasis on lower limb muscle strength and […]

Professional experience, work setting, work posture and workload influence the risk for musculoskeletal pain among physical therapists: a cross-sectional study

Physical therapists (PTs) have a high risk of developing musculoskeletal pain (MP) due to the physically demanding nature of their […]

Dose-response association between multi-site musculoskeletal pain and work ability in physical therapists: a cross-sectional study

Multi-site musculoskeletal pain (MP) is common among health care professionals and is considered a threat to work ability and thereby […]

Effect of a brief progressive resistance training program in hospital porters on pain, work ability, and physical function

Hospital porters are possibly exposed to the greatest mechanical loads within the hospital environment. However, the evidence about preventive strategies […]

Importance of Frequency and Intensity of Strength Training for Reduced Musculoskeletal Pain in the Back, Neck-Shoulder, and Arm-Hand Among Physical Therapists

Musculoskeletal pain (MP) is common among health care professionals, including physical therapists (PTs). The physically demanding nature of their work […]

Load progression criteria in exercise programmes in lower limb tendinopathy: a systematic review

The objective of this study is to summarise and analyse the current literature about what progression criteria are applied in […]

Feasibility, safety and muscle activity during flywheel vs traditional strength training in adult patients with severe haemophilia

Eccentric training has been associated with several specific physiological adaptations. The flywheel machine is one of the easiest ways of […]

EMG, Rate of Perceived Exertion, Pain, Tolerability and Possible Adverse Effects of a Knee Extensor Exercise with Progressive Elastic Resistance in Patients with Severe Haemophilia

In people with haemophilia (PWH), elastic band training is considered an optimal option, even though the literature is scarce. The […]

Safety and Effectiveness of Progressive Moderate-to-Vigorous Intensity Elastic Resistance Training on Physical Function and Pain in People With Hemophilia

Strength training is recommended for people with hemophilia; however, published data are anecdotal and have methodological limitations. The purpose of […]

Effectiveness of a Group-Based Progressive Strength Training in Primary Care to Improve the Recurrence of Low Back Pain Exacerbations and Function: A Randomised Trial

Low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of disability and one of the most common reasons for physician visits in primary care, with a 33% rate of recurrence during the first year. However, the most optimal exercise program in this context remains unknown. The objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of a group-based progressive strength training program in non-specific chronic LBP (CLBP) patients in primary care on pain recurrence and physical function.......

Tolerability and Muscle Activity of Core Muscle Exercises in Chronic Low-back Pain

Most of the studies evaluating core muscle activity during exercises have been conducted with healthy participants. The objective of this study was to compare core muscle activity and tolerability of a variety of dynamic and isometric exercises in patients with non-specific low back pain (NSLBP)....

High-intensity preoperative training improves physical and functional recovery in the early post-operative periods after total knee arthroplasty: a randomized controlled trial

The benefits of preoperative training programmes compared with alternative treatment are unclear. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a high-intensity preoperative resistance training programme in patients waiting for total knee arthroplasty (TKA)....

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