Brazilian Journal of Pain
https://brjp.org.br/article/doi/10.5935/2595-0118.20200049
Brazilian Journal of Pain
Review Article

Influence of the Pilates method on quality of life and pain of individuals with fibromyalgia: integrative review

Influência do método Pilates na qualidade de vida e dor de indivíduos com fibromialgia: revisão integrativa

Bruna Lira Brasil Cordeiro; Igor Henriques Fortunato; Fabiano Ferreira Lima; Rinaldo Silvino Santos; Manoel da Cunha Costa; Aline Freitas Brito

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Abstract

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Fibromyalgia syndrome is linked to a process of pain and loss of quality of life. The Pilates Method can be a form of physical exercise that alleviates pain. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate whether interventions with the Pilates method can provide improvements in pain and quality of life for people with fibromyalgia syndrome.

CONTENTS: A database integrative review, searching for original articles published until November 2019. This review reports the main results for pain and quality of life for people with fibromyalgia syndrome who participated in Pilates interventions, as well as the method’s prescription, the variables and the instruments used in the interventions to better understand the physical education professional who will intervene with the Pilates method in people with fibromyalgia syndrome. Following the inclusion criteria, 5 studies were selected. The results found improved quality of life and decreased pain.

CONCLUSION: It was found that the Pilates method may be an interesting intervention for individuals with fibromyalgia syndrome, because of its safety and therapeutic effects on the adversities of fibromyalgia already within 4 weeks of training. Still, it’s important to highlight the importance of continuing training to obtain its beneficial effects on pain and quality of life of individuals.

Keywords

Exercise movement techniques, Fibromyalgia, Training

Resumo

JUSTIFICATIVA E OBJETIVOS: A síndrome de fibromialgia está ligada a um processo de dor e perda da qualidade de vida, o método Pilates pode ser uma forma de exercício físico que atenua as dores. Dessa forma, o objetivo deste estudo foi investigar se intervenções com o método Pilates pode propiciar melhoras na dor e qualidade de vida de pessoas com síndrome da fibromialgia.

CONTEÚDO: Trata-se uma revisão integrativa nas bases de dados, com busca por artigos originais publicados até novembro de 2019. Buscou-se relatar os principais resultados para dor e qualidade de vida das pessoas com síndrome da fibromialgia que participaram de intervenções com Pilates, a prescrição do método, as variáveis e os instrumentos utilizados nas intervenções para melhor compreensão do profissional de educação física que venha a intervir com o método Pilates em pessoas com síndrome da fibromialgia. Seguindo os critérios de inclusão, 5 estudos foram selecionados. Os resultados encontrados apontaram melhoras na qualidade de vida e diminuição da dor.

CONCLUSÃO: Observou-se que o método Pilates pode ser uma intervenção interessante para indivíduos com síndrome de fibromialgia pela sua segurança e efeitos terapêuticos nas adversidades da fibromialgia já com 4 semanas de treinamento. Ainda assim, é importante destacar a importância da continuidade do treinamento para obtenção dos seus efeitos benéficos para dor e qualidade de vida dos indivíduos.

Palavras-chave

Fibromialgia, Técnicas de movimento do exercício, Treinamento de Pilates

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Submitted date:
01/04/2020

Accepted date:
06/01/2020

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