Benjamin Hidalgo

Benjamin Hidalgo
Institut Parnasse and Deux Alice

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September 2007 - September 2016
Université catholique de Louvain / Parnasse ISEI
Position
  • Evidence based practice in manual therapy for spine disorders

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Type d’article : étude de cas - Contexte : le déplacement discal non réductible avec limitation d’ouverture buccale est une affection de l’articulation temporo-mandibulaire courante pour laquelle le traitement conservateur est suffisant dans 90% des cas. Dans les 10% restants, l’approche chirurgicale est une option. L’objectif de cette présentation...
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BACKGROUND: Grisel syndrome (GS) is a rare kind of atlantoaxial joint subluxation (AAJS) in children due to infectious or inflammatory processes of the head and neck region. This case report aims to present the orthopedic physical therapy treatment and outcomes of a case with GS. CASE PRESENTATION: A 6-year-old girl with AAJS, diagnosed 3 months a...
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Background: There is a sex-related difference in strength and endurance in trunk muscles: males have more strength while females have more endurance. Objective: Investigate sex-related differences in motor control strategies in back muscles during isometric contractions (IC) in the Sorensen test posture. Methods: Thirty-six healthy and young v...
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Objectif : Cette revue narrative a pour objectif d'analyser les intérêts des mouvements polyarticulaires en résistance du powerlifting dans la rééducation de patients souffrant de lombalgie non spécifique. Méthode : Onze articles ont été trouvés à ce sujet suite à une recherche dans les bases de données Pubmed, Embase et Scopus : une étude pilote,...
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INTRODUCTION : Le CrossFit est une discipline en plein essor pouvant sembler dangereuse. Cette revue narrative de la littérature reprend les données actuelles sur l’épidémiologie des blessures, les facteurs de risques et quelques mesures de prévention. MÉTHODE : La sélection des articles s’est basée sur 3 équations de recherche (PubMed, Embase et P...
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Resumen Las lesiones del complejo tobillo-pie son los trastornos musculoesqueléticos más frecuentes en los servicios de urgencias, pero también en el ámbito deportivo y en la práctica clínica. Alrededor del 25% de las mujeres y los varones padecen estos trastornos musculoesqueléticos, con una amplia variedad de afecciones que incluyen, por ejemplo,...
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Riassunto Le lesioni della regione caviglia-piede sono i disturbi muscoloscheletrici più frequenti in Pronto Soccorso, ma anche sui campi sportivi o nella pratica clinica. Circa il 25% delle donne e degli uomini soffre di questi disturbi muscoloscheletrici, con un’ampia varietà di patologie, tra cui, per esempio, distorsioni, fratture, artrosi e te...
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Background: Pelvic girdle pain represents a group of musculoskeletal pain disorders associated with the sacroiliac joint and/or the surrounding musculoskeletal and ligamentous structures. Its physical management is still a serious challenge as it has been considered the primary cause of low back pain. Objective: This review sought to determine t...
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Les lésions de la région cheville-pied sont les troubles musculosquelettiques les plus fréquem- ment rencontrés aux urgences mais aussi sur les terrains de sport ou en pratique clinique. Environ 25 % des femmes et des hommes souffrent de ces troubles musculosquelettiques, avec une grande diversité de pathologies incluant par exemple entorses, fract...
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Objectif : Le but de notre revue narrative est de brasser l'ensemble de la littérature actuelle sur les liens existant entre le gluten et des pathologies inflammatoires comme la polyarthrite rhumatoïde et la fibromyalgie ainsi qu'un lien possible avec l'inflammation induit par l'exercices intense chez les sportifs de haut niveau. Dans un second tem...
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Objectif : Refaire le point sur les évidences concernant les effets des régimes végétariens et végétaliens chez les adultes, et d'ainsi pouvoir conseiller de manière la plus correcte possible les patients se posant des questions à propos de cela, en fonction de leurs comorbidités, de leurs maladies. Méthode : Suite à une recherche dans les bases de...
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Objectif/contexte : L’objectif de cette revue systématique est de mettre en lumière le rôle de plusieurs compléments alimentaires sur l’inflammation chez des patients souffrant d’arthrose et de polyarthrite rhumatoïde. Les principaux facteurs de l’inflammation qui ont été évalués sont le taux sérique de TNF- α, de la protéine C-réactive, des interl...
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Background A 2019 review concluded that spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) results in similar benefit compared to other interventions for chronic low back pain (LBP). Compared to traditional aggregate analyses individual participant data (IPD) meta-analyses allows for a more precise estimate of the treatment effect. Purpose To assess the effect of...
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Objective: In a pragmatic and randomized clinical trial, patients with lateral ankle sprains were assessed, under blinded conditions, for their responsiveness and improvements during Mulligan mobilization-with-movement (MWM) therapy. Methods: Overall, 51 participants with subacute lateral ankle sprains (Grade I–II) were recruited. Following an MWM...
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Introduction: Spinal disorders are commonly found in the general population. Although an association between spinal disorders and the viscera has been suggested in manual therapies, it remains unverified. This systematic review aims to assess the effects of visceral therapy on pain, range of motion, function, and quality of life in patients with sp...
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Study design: Individual participant data (IPD) meta-analysis OBJECTIVE.: To identify which participant characteristics moderate the effect of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) on pain and functioning in chronic LBP. Summary of background: The effects of SMT are comparable to other interventions recommended in guidelines for chronic low back pai...
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Objective This study compared the modification of musculoarticular stiffness (MAS) and clinical outcomes after mobilization with movement (MWM) on the inferior tibiofibular joint and a placebo MWM. Moreover, injured and non-injured ankle MAS were compared after MWM therapy. Methods A single-blinded randomized trial was conducted on 75 participants...
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Par : Legat, Pauline [UCL] Jadoul, Héloïse [UCL] Directed by : Hidalgo, Benjamin [UCL] Objectifs : Ce travail a été effectué dans le but de répondre à la question de recherche : « Quels sont les effets du Kinésiotape sur l’instabilité chronique de cheville ? ». L’objectif principal était d’investiguer les différents effets du Kinésiotape tant au ni...
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BACKGROUND&OBJECTIVES: Lateral ankles sprains are the most common injury in musculoskeletal field. However, and significant number of LAS develop chronic ankle instability (CAI). Mulligan mobilization with movement (MWM) is a manual therapy concept that combine active functional movement with manual adjustments, the goals are to improve ROM, pain o...
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Comparative analysis between orthopaedic manual therapy and osteopathy : focus on the Belgian situation Summary : Orthopaedic manual therapy (OMT) and osteopathy have been coexisting since a long time in Belgium to manage musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). There are millions of consultations per year in these both disciplines. Both of them offer goo...
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Orthopaedic manual therapy (OMT) and osteopathy have been coexisting since a long time in Belgium to manage musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). There are millions of consultations per year in these both disciplines. Both of them offer good clinical outcomes as well as patient satisfaction with care, good cost-effectiveness, as well as minor side effe...
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Background: Altered lower limb movement patterns (LLMP) during the forward step down (FSD) test have been studied in people suffering from knee instability. However, ankle dorsiflexion range of motion (ADROM) seems to be related to LLMP but no causal inference has been defined between those variables. Objective: Our goals were to evaluate (1) ps...
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Par : Coppin, Sandrine [UCL] Demblon, Jennifer [UCL] Directed by : Hidalgo, Benjamin [UCL] Introduction : La maladie de Parkinson est une maladie neuro-dégénérative évolutive caractérisée par une diminution des neurones dopaminergiques entraînant comme symptômes principaux la triade parkinsonienne. Les progrès scientifiques dans ce domaine ouvrent...
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Contexte et objectifs : les manipulations et mobilisations vertébrales font partie intégrante des traitements en thérapie manuelle orthopédique. Choisir entre ces deux techniques reste pourtant délicat au regard des effets secondaires et neurophysiologiques recherchés. Effectivement, toutes deux induisent des effets neurophysiologiques. La différen...
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Objective: Ankle rigidity is a common musculoskeletal disorder affecting the talocrural joint, which can impair weight-bearing ankle dorsiflexion (WBADF) and daily-life in people with or without history of ankle injuries. Our objective was to compare the immediate effects of efficacy of Mulligan Mobilization with Movement (MWM) and Osteopathic Mob...
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Objective: To review and update the evidence for different forms of manual therapy (MT) and exercise for patients with different stages of non-specific neck pain (NP). Data sources: MEDLINE, Cochrane-Register-of-Controlled-Trials, PEDro, EMBASE. Method: A qualitative systematic review covering a period from January 2000 to December 2015 was co...
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Design de l’étude : Revue systématique (SR) But de l’étude : Réaliser une mise à jour de la littérature à propos de l’effet de la thérapie manuelle appliquée au thorax sur les douleurs de nuque. Matériel et méthode : Une recherche de la littérature a été réalisée sur 4 différents moteurs de recherche à savoir Pubmed, Cochrane, Scopus et Sciences Di...
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Par : Delaittre, Nicolas [UCL] Delalandre, Quentin [UCL] Directed by : Hidalgo, Benjamin [UCL] INTRODUCTION : La fasciopathie plantaire est une dégénérescence du fascia, à l'origine de fortes douleurs et incapacités. Plusieurs traitements ont été proposés allant des étirements à la chirurgie en passant par des semelles orthopédiques ou des injectio...
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Par : Djankalé, Ornella [UCL] Bremond, Maeva [UCL] Directed by : Hidalgo, Benjamin [UCL] Objectif : La finalité de cette revue systématique était de déterminer si la raideur des ischio-jambiers avait une influence sur les patterns de mouvement lombo-pelviens en flexion antérieure du tronc. Cet objectif a été réalisé grâce à une synthèse de la litté...
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A la demande de nombreux étudiants sur cette question, voici une présentation qui analyse, compare et critique les deux professions sur la situation Belge actuelle.
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Although orthopaedic manual therapy (OMT) has existed for decades, and although a recent Belgian Royal Decree, published in 2014, recognized it as a particular professional qualification in physiotherapy for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunctions, OMT remains little known by patients, but also by healthcare professionals. Yet, this prof...
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La thérapie manuelle orthopédique (TMO) se base sur les meilleures données scientifiques disponibles ainsi que sur l'expertise du clinicien pour appliquer un traitement. Mais elle est également centrée sur le patient, par l'application du modèle bio-psychosocial, et non uniquement sur la maladie. La lombalgie commune (LC) est un trouble musculo-squ...
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Background and objectives: Orthopaedic manual therapy (OMT) should be based not only on the best available evidence but also on patient values and clinician expertise. Low back pain (LBP) is a complex issue as the majority of people who suffer from LBP cannot be given a specific diagnosis based on imaging studies but kinematic analyses appear to b...
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The purpose of this clinical study was to compare the immediate- and short-term effects of lumbar Mulligan sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGs) on patients with nonspecific low back pain with respect to 2 new kinematic algorithms (KA) for range of motion and speed as well as pain, functional disability, and kinesiophobia. This was a 2-armed...
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This thesis on the study of the efficacy of orthopaedic manual therapy (OMT) for patients with nonspecific low back pain (LBP) was developed by following the steps of an evidence-based practice process through three major sections. The Introduction defines the debilitating disorder of LBP and OMT, and describes an integrative approach for the str...
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Introduction: La lombalgie commune fait partie des pathologies musculosquelettiques les plus fréquentes pour lesquelles les patients font appel à des soins médicaux [1]. Elle est aussi la cause la plus importante de limitations d'activités et d'absentéisme à travers le monde [2]. Jusqu'à 75 % de la population occidentale active souffre de lombalgie...
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Objective: to determine whether kinematic algorithms can distinguish subjects with chronic non-specific low back pain (CLBP) from asymptomatic subjects and subjects simulating low- back-pain, during trunk motion tasks. Design: comparative cohort study. Subjects: 90 subjects split into 3 groups comprising 45 subjects with CLBP and 45 asymptomatic-...
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the interexaminer agreement and validity of active and passive pain provocation tests in the lumbar spine. Two blinded raters examined 36 participants, 18 of whom were asymptomatic and 18 reported subacute nonspecific low back pain (LBP). Two types of pain provocation tests were performed: (1) physiological...
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Objective: to review and update the evidence for different forms of manual therapy (MT) for patients with different stages of non-specific low back pain (LBP). Data sources: MEDLINE, Cochrane-Register-of-Controlled-Trials, PEDro, EMBASE. Method: A systematic review of MT with a literature search covering the period of January 2000 to April 2013 w...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the inter-examiner agreement and validity of active and passive pain provocation tests in the lumbar spine. Method: Two blinded raters examined 36 subjects, 18 of whom were asymptomatic while 18 reported subacute non-specific LBP. Two types of pain provocation tests were carried out: Physiologi...
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Various inputs of proprioception have been identified and shown to influence low back proprioception sense. To investigate the effect of disrupting proprioception on lumbar spine repositioning error during forward bending. Healthy-subjects (n=28) and patients with non-specific chronic low-back pain (n=10) aged between 20-50 years. Subjects performe...
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S ince its founding in Montreal, Canada in 1974, the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) has been providing orthopaedic and manual therapists from around the world with the highest-quality learning opportunities through a conference held every 4 years. In 2012, IFOMPT is partnering with The Internationa...
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To develop a standardized, reliable, valid spine model of active trunk movements that accurately discriminates kinematic patterns of patients with chronic non-specific low back pain from those of healthy subjects. Comparative cohort study. Healthy subjects (n = 25) and patients with chronic non-specific low back pain (n = 25) aged 30-65 years. Subj...
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Introduction: Postural and motor control disorders are common problems in chronic non-specific low back pain (CNS-LBP). The hypothetical underlying mechanism could be a deficiency of proprioception in these patients (1-2). A common assessment of proprioception is the measurement of active repositioning error (the difference between a target positi...
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Introduction: Approximately 60–80% of people in Western societies experience low back pain (LBP) at some stage of life (1). Only an estimated 10-20% of LBP diagnoses are accurate and able to identify the origin of the disorder (2). In clinical practice, non-specific LBP is classified by examining active trunk movements in various directions (e.g....

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