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The Spine Kinematics and Center of Pressure Excursion During Functional Task Vertebral Compression Fractures Subjects

2019-10-28 13:57:14 | BioPortfolio

Summary

This study aimed to assess the sensory and kinematic components of the limits of stability (LOS) test in patients with vertebral compression fracture (VCF) .

Description

This study enrolled adults with VCF (VCF group), older adult without spinal deformity (NE group), and young adults (NY group). The Biodex balance system was employed to calculate the balance score and the LOS of participants. An inertia motion system was used to record kinematic data. The center of pressure (COP) signals of postural stability and LOS were used to calculate the frequency power spectrum for interpreting the sensory component.

Study Design

Conditions

Posture

Intervention

no drug intervention

Status

Completed

Source

Taichung Veterans General Hospital

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