Vol. 2 Núm. 1 (2020): Junio
Editorial

Prescripción de ejercicio terapéutico en Fisioterapia. Las bases elementales de la identidad profesional.

Roy La Touche
Departamento de Fisioterapia. CSEU La Salle. Universidad Autónoma of Madrid.
Publicado junio 1, 2020

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La Touche R. Prescripción de ejercicio terapéutico en Fisioterapia. Las bases elementales de la identidad profesional. MOVE [Internet]. 1 de junio de 2020 [citado 7 de julio de 2020];2(1). Disponible en: https://jomts.com/index.php/MOVE/article/view/20

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Resumen

Históricamente la concepción profesional de la fisioterapia se asienta a través de la utilización de la terapia manual y ejercicio como medios terapéuticos principales para recuperar a pacientes con diversos trastornos (Hansson & Ottosson, 2015; Shaik & Maniyat Shemjaz, 2014). Los términos movimiento y ejercicio están directamente relacionados con la génesis y evolución de la fisioterapia. Algunos autores sugieren que la construcción central del cuerpo del conocimiento de la fisioterapia es el sistema de movimiento humano (Coffin-Zadai, 2007; Sahrmann, 2014; Voight & Hoogenboom, 2017), este sistema se define como “la integración de sistemas corporales que generan y mantienen el movimiento en todos los niveles de la función corporal y está influenciado por factores sociales, ambientales y personales”(American Physical Therapy Association, 2015).


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