Fatores de Risco de Lesões Musculoesqueléticas em Militares

Por: Allan Inoue Rodrigues, Bruno de Souza Terra, Daniel de Souza Alves, Maria Elisa Koppke Miranda e Priscila dos Santos Bunn.

Arquivos de Ciências do Esporte - v.6 - n.2 - 2018

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Resumo

As lesões musculoesqueléticas são comuns durante a prática de exercícios físicos em militares. O conhecimento dos fatores de risco de lesões pode nortear a seleção de estratégias de prevenção. Desta forma, o objetivo deste estudo foi revisar os principais fatores de risco de lesões musculoesquelética durante a prática de exercícios físicos em militares. Foram analisadas as variáveis físicas, antropométricas e de desempenho relacionadas a uma maior incidência de lesões agudas ou por excesso de uso em militares, como testes de composição corporal, desempenho muscular, aptidão cardiorrespiratória, testes funcionais, além de idade e sexo. Os indivíduos com menor condicionamento cardiorrespiratório, mulheres, militares mais velhos e com alto percentual de gordura apresentam um maior risco de lesões agudas ou por excesso de uso, em especial em atividades com alto volume e/ou intensidade.

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