Inae Caroline Gadotti

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Observation and measurement of the static position of the scapula is important for investigating both shoulder and neck pathology. Measurement of scapular position is complex and lacks a clinically useful instrument. The objective of this study was to investigate the reliability of the Palpation Meter (PALM) for measuring scapular(More)
Forward head posture may cause alterations in the stomatognathic system, including changes in the muscle activity of the masticatory muscles and dental occlusion alterations. Considering the need for further understanding of the relationship between the stomatognathic system and the cervical region, the purpose of this study was to analyse the head posture(More)
This study tested the feasibility of a method to synchronise and to evaluate eye, head and trunk movement patterns during target tracking tasks performed by 10 subjects. A projected central target was randomly repositioned at 40° and 70° of rotation to the left and right. Subjects were instructed to change gaze as quickly as possible. Head and trunk motion(More)
OBJECTIVE The purposes of this study were to determine the intrarater and interrater reliability of the craniocervical posture in a sagittal view using quantitative measurements on photographs and radiographs and to determine the agreement of the visual assessment of posture between raters. METHODS One photograph and 1 radiograph of the sagittal(More)
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Historically, clinicians visually evaluate posture using anatomical landmarks. Advances in technology made digital photographs now feasible to use in clinical practice. Photogrammetry may increase the reliability of the assessment of postural changes. However, differences between visually estimated and photogrammetric recorded(More)
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