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Neurodynamic mobilization and foam rolling improved delayed-onset muscle soreness in a healthy adult population: a randomized controlled clinical trial

Objectives
Compare the immediate effects of a Neurodynamic Mobilization (NM) treatment or foam roller (FR) treatment after DOMS.

Design
Double blind randomised clinical trial.

Setting
The participants performed 100 drop jumps (5 sets of 20 repetitions, separated by 2 min rests) from a 0.5-m high box in a University biomechanics laboratory to induce muscle soreness. The participants were randomly assigned in a counter-balanced fashion to either a FR or NM treatment group.

Participants
Thirty-two healthy subjects (21 males and 11 females, mean age 22.6 ± 2.2 years) were randomly assigned into the NM group (n = 16) or the FR group (n = 16).

Main Outcome Measures
The numeric pain rating scale (NPRS; 0–10), isometric leg strength with dynamometry, surface electromyography at maximum voluntary isometric contraction (MVIC) and muscle peak activation (MPA) upon landing after a test jump were measured at baseline, 48 h after baseline before treatment, and immediately after treatment.

Results
Both groups showed significant reduction in NPRS scores after treatment (NM: 59%, p < .01; FR: 45%, p < .01), but no difference was found between them (p > .05). The percentage change improvement in the MVIC for the rectus femoris was the only significant difference between the groups (p < 0.05) at post-treatment. After treatment, only the FR group had a statistically significant improvement (p < 0.01) in strength compared to pre-treatment.

Conclusion
Our results illustrate that both treatments are effective in reducing pain perception after DOMS whereas only FR application showed differences for the MVIC in the rectus femoris and strength.

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Romero-Moraleda B, La Touche R, Lerma-Lara S, Ferrer-Peña R, Paredes V, Peinado AB, et al. Neurodynamic mobilization and foam rolling improved delayed-onset muscle soreness in a healthy adult population: a randomized controlled clinical trial. PeerJ. 2017;5:e3908.

Martínez-cervera FV, Olteanu TE, Gil-martínez A, Díaz-pulido B, Ferrer-peña R. Influence of expectations plus mobilization with movement in patient with lateral epicondylalgia : a pilot randomized controlled trial. 2017;13(1):101–9.

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Sánchez-Herán Á, Agudo-Carmona D, Ferrer-Peña R, López-de-Uralde-Villanueva I, Gil-Martínez A, Paris-Alemany A, La Touche R. Postural Stability in Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Hip: Analysis of Association With Pain Catastrophizing and Fear-Avoidance Beliefs. PM R. 2015 Nov 11. pii: S1934-1482(15)01106-5 [Epub ahead of print]

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Grupos de Investigación

Ciencias del Movimiento, Bioconducta y Estudio del Dolor - Motion in Brains

La línea de trabajo del grupo está enfocada sobre tres grandes áreas: la neurociencia aplicada, las ciencias del movimiento y el estudio del dolor. Dentro de la producción científica del grupo se desarrollan 9 líneas de investigación con sus diferentes proyectos adscritos a cada línea además de tesis doctorales, investigaciones de fin de máster y de grado.

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