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Physiotherapy Review
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Possible factors responsible for increased risk of tendon injuries during strength training in adult patients: systematic review

Zbigniew Wroński
Burim Gjinovci
Mario Klasic

  1. Rehabilitation Faculty, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
  2. Clinic for Physiotherapy, POSITIVE MOTION, Prishtina, Kosovo
  3. Institute for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, NeuroOrthoPhysio, Zagreb, Croatia
Review, Physiotherapy Review, 2024, 28(2), 5-16
Data publikacji online: 2024/06/27
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Exercise is a fundamental aspect of physiotherapy, with an increasing number of studies focusing on tendon problems. This review aims to identify situations where physiotherapists should exercise caution and precision when prescribing resistance exercises.

This study aimed to analyze factors responsible for an increased risk of tendon injuries during resistance training in adult patients.

Material and methods
A comprehensive literature search was conducted using PubMed, Cochrane, Science Direct and CINAHL databases. Studies published between December 2019 and April 2021 were included. Data from the selected studies were extracted by the reviewers.

The studies provided a thorough analysis of the effects of COVID-19 on different body systems in children, providing an updated overview. They examined how COVID-19 affects different body systems in children, including musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, renal, and psychological aspects, ultimately affecting their quality of life.

Children generally have fewer symptoms, milder disease, better prognosis and lower mortality. This systematic review highlights the importance of an integrated and multidisciplinary approach to paediatric rehabilitation after COVID-19 infection. Physiotherapists play a crucial role in this process by providing specialised care and support to promote recovery and improve the quality of life of children affected by the virus.

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