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A Study of the Effects of External Stimulations on Postural Stability

2019-10-31 14:29:38 | BioPortfolio

Summary

In view of the long-term exercise, you can maintain your health and strengthen your physical strength. It can also improve your body's balance and help maintain your body's coordination so that you can reduce the chance of falls.

Therefore, in the face of aging, stroke rehabilitation or balance of power caused by balance of power decline, sports injuries or falls related issues, this study will focus on "balance ability" to explore a range of impacts and relationships.

Description

Considering the standardization comparison in the study, this study will collect data on the balance of young people under different external stimuli, and hope to understand the balance control ability by objectively collecting the physiological signals of the Center of Pressure (COP).

The change, and the use of the Berg scale as a benchmark for the assessment of balance ability, and then return to the issue of balance ability training.

Therefore, this study divides the experiment into two major stages. The first stage will focus on healthy young people, and explore how external stimuli affect balance, and then assist balance ability training to find the most appropriate adjustment of body posture control.

The second phase explores the appropriate exercise training for stroke patients, such as the use of Modular Interactive Tiles System (MITS) training, to track the effectiveness of external stimulus impact balance training.

Study Design

Conditions

Postural Stability

Intervention

Modular Interactive Tiles System, MITS

Status

Completed

Source

Far Eastern Memorial Hospital

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-31T14:29:38-0400

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