Anatomical zone where more injuries occur in four different dance styles: Hip-Hop, Classical Ballet, Contemporary dance and Irish dancing: a systematic review.

Autores/as

  • Michelle Elena Stewart-Reyes Universidad Anáhuac México, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud
  • Ángela Hernández Suárez Universidad Anáhuac México, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0686-9893
  • Alejandra Romo-Araiza Universidad Anáhuac México, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36105/psrua.2022v2n4.04

Palabras clave:

lesión, bailarines, incidencia

Resumen

Introducción: Actualmente no existe una revisión sistemática cuyo enfoque sea identificar qué zona anatómica tiene mayor incidencia a lesiones al practicar cuatro estilos diferentes de danza: hip-hop, ballet clásico, danza contemporánea y danza irlandesa. Objetivo: Determinar y resumir la incidencia de lesiones por zonas anatómicas en bailarines semi-profesionales y profesionales que practican alguno de los siguientes estilos de danza: ballet, danza contemporánea, hip-hop y danza irlandesa. Métodos: Los artículos se seleccionaron de acuerdo con los siguientes criterios: año de publicación (entre 2016 y 2022), estudios observacionales de cohorte en idioma inglés, texto completo disponible y análisis de la zona anatómica con mayor incidencia a lesiones en uno de los cuatro estilos de danza mencionados anteriormente. Los términos MESH y operadores booleanos utilizados para la búsqueda fueron, “lesiones Y bailarines Y incidencia”. Fuentes de información: Proquest, Pubmed, Google Scholar, Elsevier, Clinical Key, ScienceDirect.  Resultados: Un total de 511 artículos fueron identificados, de los cuales solo 19 fueron incluidos en el análisis. El resultado de la literatura analizada reveló que el tobillo es la zona anatómica con mayor incidencia de lesión (62.9%), las lesiones crónicas y de sobreuso presentan una mayor tasa de incidencia (63%) y el tipo de lesión musculoesquelética más común es el del ligamento/articulación (36.84%). Conclusión: La extremidad inferior tuvo la mayor tasa de incidencia de lesiones. A pesar de que los cuatro estilos de danza seleccionados tienen una técnica y una biomecánica distinta, la zona anatómica que reporta mayor incidencia a sufrir una lesión es el tobillo.

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2022-10-10

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Stewart-Reyes, M. E. ., Hernández Suárez, Ángela, & Romo-Araiza, A. . (2022). Anatomical zone where more injuries occur in four different dance styles: Hip-Hop, Classical Ballet, Contemporary dance and Irish dancing: a systematic review . Proceedings of Scientific Research Universidad Anáhuac. Multidisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, 2(4), 29–41. https://doi.org/10.36105/psrua.2022v2n4.04

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