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EVALUATION OF THE MAXIMUM STRENGTH AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF CERVICAL MUSCULATURE IN PATIENTS WITH MIGRAINE AND CHRONIC MIGRANE: CONTROLLED STUDY

Grant number: 18/23832-5
Support type:Scholarships in Brazil - Post-Doctorate
Effective date (Start): February 01, 2019
Effective date (End): November 25, 2021
Field of knowledge:Health Sciences - Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
Principal researcher:Débora Bevilaqua Grossi
Grantee:Carina Ferreira Pinheiro de Araújo
Home Institution: Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (FMRP). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Ribeirão Preto , SP, Brazil
Associated research grant:15/18031-5 - Association study of clinical, functional and neuroimaging in women with migraine, AP.TEM

Abstract

Despite the evidence that individuals with migraine have cervical musculoskeletal dysfunctions and that, according to central sensitization mechanisms and trigeminocervical convergence, these alterations may promote impairment in muscle activity and motor control of the cervical spine, it is not available in the literature consistent investigations into this issue. Besides, it is verified that in the chronic condition these functional losses and their impact on the quality of life are more accentuated. Therefore, our goal will be to measure the maximum strength of cervical flexors and extensors and to verify muscle activation patterns during cervical movements and during submaximal activity and cervical movements in healthy individuals and individuals with migraine and chronic migraine. For this, 93 individuals will be evaluated, 31 in each group. The strength and range of motion will be measured by the Multi Cervical Rehabilitation Unit, an equipment of evaluation capable of measuring the range of motion of flexion, extension, lateral inclination and rotation, and the isometric force of flexion, extension, lateral inclination. The muscular activation pattern will be verified by the surface electromyography of the cervical musculature, using the TrignoTM Wireless System, during six cervical movements.

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Scientific publications (6)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
FLORENCIO, LIDIANE LIMA; DE OLIVEIRA, ANAMARIA SIRIANI; WILL-LEMOS, TENYSSON; PINHEIRO, CARINA FERREIRA; DA SILVA MARCAL, JENE CAROLINA; DACH, FABIOLA; FERNANDEZ-DE-LAS-PENAS, CESAR; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA. Muscle endurance and cervical electromyographic activity during submaximal efforts in women with and without migraine. CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, v. 82, . (15/18031-5, 17/07410-0, 18/23832-5)
FLORENCIO, LIDIANE LIMA; DE OLIVEIRA, ANAMARIA SIRIANI; PINHEIRO, CARINA FERREIRA; WILL-LEMOS, TENYSSON; DACH, FABIOLA; FERNANDEZ-DE-LAS-PENAS, CESAR; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA. Comparison of cervical muscle isometric force between migraine subgroups or migraine-associated neck pain: a controlled study. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 11, n. 1, . (15/18031-5, 17/07410-0, 18/23832-5)
PINHEIRO, CARINA F.; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA; FLORENCIO, LIDIANE L.; BRAGATTO, MARCELA M.; BENATTO, MARIANA T.; DACH, FABIOLA; BIGAL, MARCELO E.; CARVALHO, GABRIELA F.. Is kinesiophobia related to fear of falling, dizziness disability, and migraine disability in patients with migraine?. PHYSIOTHERAPY THEORY AND PRACTICE, . (18/23832-5)
PINHEIRO, CARINA F.; MARCAL, JENE C. S.; OLIVEIRA, ANAMARIA S.; FLORENCIO, LIDIANE L.; DACH, FABIOLA; FERNANDEZ-DE-LAS-PENAS, CESAR; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA. Is There a Correlation of Cervical Mobility with Clinical Variables and Psychosocial Factors in Women with Migraine?. APPLIED SCIENCES-BASEL, v. 11, n. 13, . (18/23832-5, 15/18031-5)
PINHEIRO, CARINA F.; OLIVEIRA, ANAMARIA S.; WILL-LEMOS, TENYSSON; FLORENCIO, LIDIANE L.; FERNANDEZ-DE-LAS-PENAS, CESAR; DACH, FABIOLA; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA. Neck Active Movements Assessment in Women with Episodic and Chronic Migraine. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE, v. 10, n. 17, . (18/23832-5, 15/18031-5)
PINHEIRO, CARINA F.; MOREIRA, JESSICA R.; CARVALHO, GABRIELA F.; ZORZIN, LETICIA; DACH, FABIOLA; BEVILAQUA-GROSSI, DEBORA. Interictal Photophobia and Phonophobia Are Related to the Presence of Aura and High Frequency of Attacks in Patients with Migraine. APPLIED SCIENCES-BASEL, v. 11, n. 6, . (15/18031-5, 18/23832-5)

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