GRAU DE CINESIOFOBIA, CATASTROFIZAÇÃO E INTENSIDADE DA DOR EM ATLETAS DE VOLEIBOL FEMININO.

Valéria Sachi Magazoni, Raíssa Ramonna Fonseca Biazi Silva,, Caio Augusto Mendes de Carvalho,

Resumo


RESUMO

Introdução: O voleibol é um esporte que exige muito das atletas e durante os treinos e jogos tem uma sobrecarga do conjunto musculoesquelético. A cinesiofobia é definida como uma fobia exorbitante, irracional com a debilitação dos movimentos físicos; provocando as lesões no esporte pelo overuse de estímulos, assim, excedendo a zona plástica do tecido. Objetivo: Avaliar o grau de cinesiofobia, catastrofização e intensidade da dor em atletas de voleibol do sexo feminino do Praia Clube  Uberlândia-MG, que já sofreram lesões durante a prática esportiva e que podem apresentar dor. Metodologia: A amostra foi composta por 19 atletas, com histórico de lesão durante a pratica esportiva, sendo atletas de voleibol feminino. A coleta foi realizada através de uma Ficha de Avaliação com questionários contendo a Escala de Avaliação Numérica de Dor, a Escala Tampa de Cinesiofobia e a Escala de Pensamentos Catastróficos sobre a Dor. Conclusão: A intensidade da dor apresentou-se exacerbada, desta maneira as mesmas realizam o tratamento fisioterapêutico por se apresentarem sintomáticas, com cinesiofobia e catastrofizadas.

Palavras-chave: Voleibol, Lesões, Dor, Cinesiofobia, Catastrofização.


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