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Javier Bailón-Cerezo

Javier Bailón-Cerezo
Centro Superior Estudios Universitarios La Salle. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid · Physical Therapy

PhD, PT, MSc

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Introduction
Javier Bailón-Cerezo works at Centro Superior de Estudios Universitarios La Salle Madrid as professor of Physical Therapy. Also, he belongs to Physiotherapy in Women's Health Research Group from University of Alcalá. Javier does research in Physiotherapy, Sports Medicine, Shoulder, Injury Prevention and Patient Reported Outcome Measures.

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Publications (12)
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the content, quality, and readability of websites containing information on dyspareunia, vaginismus, and vulvodynia in Spanish. Web pages were retrieved entering the terms “dyspareunia”, “vaginismus”, and “vulvodynia” in Google, Yahoo!, and Bing search engines. Two researchers employed the DISCERN and Ber...
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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of therapeutic exercise plus patient therapeutic education on perceived fatigue, functional capacity and pain in breast cancer survivors with cancer-related fatigue. A randomised, single-blind, clinical trial was conducted with a total of 80 breast cancer survivors who presented cancer-related fatigue...
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This study aimed to describe changes in supraspinatus tendon thickness, acromiohumeral distance, and the presence of fluid in the subacromial bursa as measured by ultrasound, as well as shoulder range of motion and strength, perceived shoulder disability, and health-related quality of life in women before and after breast cancer treatment. Women wh...
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Background The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center questionnaire on Health problems, recently updated to a second version (OSTRC-H2), has shown a greater ability than a traditional surveillance method to detect athletes with health problems in an adult elite cohort. Moreover, it provides a score that could improve traditional injury severity measure...
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Citation: Torres-Lacomba, M.; Navarro-Brazález, B.; Bailón-Cerezo, J.; Vergara-Pérez, F.; de la Rosa-Díaz, I.; Prieto-Gómez, V. Assessment Tools of Patient Competences: The Spanish
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Pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) is a functional condition present most frequently in women. Despite pelvic floor muscle training being considered by the International Continence Society (ICS) as the first-line treatment in uncomplicated urinary incontinence, other more comprehensive postural methods as 5P® LOGSURF have emerged. This preliminary cros...
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Therapeutic patient education programs must assess the competences that patients achieve. Evaluation in the pedagogical domain ensures that learning has taken place among patients. The Prolapse and Incontinence Knowledge Questionnaire (PIKQ) is a tool for assessing patient knowledge about urinary (UI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) conditions. The...
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Background: The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center Questionnaires on Health Problems (OSTRC-H) and Overuse Injury (OSTRC-O) have shown a greater ability to identify athletes with health problems and to estimate the severity of those problems compared with traditional surveillance methods. Despite the numerous language adaptations of these question...
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Resumen Objetivos Conocer la frecuencia del dolor de rodilla en deportistas del atletismo de élite y qué modalidad es la más prevalente, explorar la relación del dolor con factores antropométricos y deportivos y las principales características de dicho dolor. Métodos Se realizó un estudio transversal sobre el dolor de rodilla en el Centro de Alto...
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Shoulder pain is the most common musculoskeletal complaint among competitive swimmers and occurs repeatedly during their sport career. Shoulder pain in swimmers has traditionally been blamed on subacromial impingement syndrome. This mechanism is currently being questioned by scientific evidence. Actually, the term “swimmer´s shoulder” involves a se...
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Objectives To assess the presence of scapular dyskinesis and that of active and latent myofascial trigger points in 19 muscles that can lead to shoulder pain or scapular dyskinesis in competitive swimmers with and without shoulder pain. Material and methods Fifteen male competitive swimmers (5 with pain and 10 without pain) participated in a cross...
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Objectives: determine the prevalence of shoulder pain in competitive swimmers and find out the characteristics of pain as well as its relation to anthropometric and sports factors. Methods: prevalence study. Hundred forty competitive swimmers from 12 to 24 years completed a questionnaire in a high intensity training phase. Results: 25.7% swimmers...

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Spanish cultural adaptation and validation of OSRTC-O and OSTRCH Questionnaires
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Spanish cultural adaptation and validation of KJOC score