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Efficacité de la thérapie miroir sur les douleurs et capacités motrices fonctionnelles chez un patient atteint de SDRC

Abstract : Context: Type 1 CRPS is a condition commonly seen after a stroke or a trauma this condition is still too little known to therapists therefore still hard to treat and can be disabling for patients. Aim: The aim of this thesis is to show how advanced are the research and scientific data about Type 1 CRPS. Studied criterias are the affected's member pain and motor skills. Research methodology: To do this, a rigourous selection of articles has been necessary and has conducted to a result of 4 included studies. In fact, two of them are concerning patients with type 1 CRPS caused by a stroke. The other two don't specify the origin of the CRPS. Analysis and results: All of the studies show a decrease in post-treatment pain, moreover one of them notes that the effects are maintained after 6 months. Concerning motor skills, studies shows a post-treatment improvement 6 months after (for the study who realized a 6 months monitoring). However, these results must be weighed against the bias of the studies. Discussion: The principal flaws in theses studies are the treatments duration and a weak post-treatment monitoring. We can also regret the fact that the number of included patients was too low. Moreover, a common mirror-therapy protocol would have been appreciated for all the studies in order to have a fair comparison.
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Lison Granoux. Efficacité de la thérapie miroir sur les douleurs et capacités motrices fonctionnelles chez un patient atteint de SDRC. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03356770⟩

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