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dc.contributor.otherProducción Científica UCH 2021-
dc.contributor.otherUCH. Departamento de Ciencias Biomédicas-
dc.contributor.otherUCH. Departamento de Enfermería y Fisioterapia-
dc.creatorPeñalver Barrios, María Lourdes.-
dc.creatorLisón Párraga, Juan Francisco.-
dc.creatorBallester Salvador, Javier.-
dc.creatorSchmitt, Julia.-
dc.creatorEzzedinne Angulo, Aida.-
dc.creatorArguisuelas Martínez, María Dolores.-
dc.creatorDoménech Fernández, Julio.-
dc.identifier.citationPeñalver-Barrios, M. L., Lisón, J. F., Ballester-Salvador, J., Schmitt, J., Ezzedinne-Angulo, A., Arguisuelas, M. D. & Doménech, J. (2021). A novel (targeted) kinesio taping application on chronic low back pain: randomized clinical trial. PloS One, vol. 16, i. 5 (13 may.), art. e0250686. DOI:
dc.identifier.issn1932-6203 (Electrónico)-
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dc.description.abstractThe aim of the present clinical trial is to evaluate the efficacy of kinesio taping on patients with chronic low back pain, when the exploration identifies skin/fascia mobilization as a factor that could modify the treatment effect. This study is a randomized controlled trial with intention-totreat analysis. Sixty-two participants with chronic low back pain were therefore recruited from a tertiary referral hospital. Targeted kinesio taping, according to skin/fascia mobility exploration, was applied in the experimental group (17 female/13 male; 49.47 ± 11.15 years) once a week for four sessions. The control group (17 female/14 male; 48.87 ± 9.09 years) underwent a placebo taping application. At post-treatment time there was a statistically significant reduction both in disability (Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire) and pain (Numeric Pain Rating Scale) in the experimental group (disability: −2.88, 95% confidence interval [CI] −4.56 to −1.21, P < .001; pain: −1.58, 95% CI −2.67 to −0.54 P = .001) and the control group (disability: −1.82, 95% CI −3.46 to −0.17 P = .025; pain: −1.30, 95% CI −2.32 to −0.28 P = .008). However, at six months, these changes only remained significant in the experimental group (disability: −2.95, 95% CI −4.72 to −1.18, P < .001; pain: −1.06, 95% CI −2.07 to −0.04, P < .05). As a conclusion, the application of targeted kinesio taping produced a significant reduction in pain and disability, at 4 weeks and at 6 moths follow-up, although there were no differences between groups at any measurement time point.-
dc.relationEste trabajo de investigación fue financiado por la Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera a través de la Convocatoria de Consolidación de Indicadores CEU-UCH 2020-2021 (INDI20/27).-
dc.relationUCH. Financiación Universidad-
dc.relation.ispartofPLoS ONE, vol. 16, n. 5 (13 may. 2021)-
dc.subjectVendajes - Uso terapéutico.-
dc.subjectBandages and bandaging - Therapeutic use.-
dc.subjectLumbago - Tratamiento.-
dc.subjectBackache - Treatment.-
dc.subjectDolor de espalda - Tratamiento.-
dc.titleA novel (targeted) kinesio taping application on chronic low back pain : randomized clinical trial-
dc.centroUniversidad Cardenal Herrera-CEU-
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