Visceral Obesity: The Effect Of A 4-weeks Program Of Rehabilitation On Adipokines And Insulin Resistance | 14814
ISSN: 2165-7904

Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Visceral obesity: The effect of a 4-weeks program of rehabilitation on adipokines and insulin resistance

2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Obesity & Weight Management

Doury Panchout Florence

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Obes Weight Loss Ther

DOI: 10.4172/2165-7904.S1.010

Introduction: Some recently discovered molecules produced by adipose tissue are involved in obesity complications, the adipokines. We aimed to determine changes in plasma adiponectin and leptin concentrations, and insulin resistance, after a 4-weeks program of rehabilitation. Research methods and Procedures: Clinical (BMI, waist circumference, exercise test with VO 2 max measurement) and biological evaluation (plasma adiponectin, leptin and insulin concentration, and HOMA score) before and after rehabilitation on 111 patients with abdominal obesity admitted for a 4-weeks program of rehabilitation because of chronic pain. Results: Plasma leptin, adiponectin and insulin concentration (p<0.0001) and HOMA score (p=0.0002) had decreased significantly at the end of the 4 weeks. BMI and waist circumference decreased significantly (p=0.0001). Patients with insulin resistance had a lower improvement of their aerobic condition at the end of the 4 weeks (p<0.002). Discussion: 4-weeks rehabilitation program decreases plasma leptin concentration, which is a cardiovascular risk marker, and improves insulin sensitivity, regardless of weight variations. Patients with insulin resistance have a worse aerobic recovery than others.
Doury-Panchout Florence has completed her Ph.D. at Tours University School of Medicine. She is currently chief resident in the service of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of the university hospital of Tours, France. She specializes in 2 major topics: obesity and chronic pain. Her publications include articles in scientific magazines, collaboration on several book chapters, and oral and published reports in congresses of the French Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (SOFMER).