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Effects of Taping the Lower Back on the Lumbopelvic Region and Hip Joint Kinematics During Sit-to-Stand

한국전문물리치료학회지 2014년 21권 4호 p.49 ~ 55
김시현, 박규남, 권오윤, 최홍식,
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김시현 ( Kim Si-Hyun ) - Jeonju University Kinetic Ergocise Based on Movement Analysis Laboratory
박규남 ( Park Kyue-Nam ) - Jeonju University College of Medical Science Departmet of Physical Therapy
권오윤 ( Kwon Oh-Yun ) - Yonsei University College of Health Science Department of Physical Therapy
최홍식 ( Choi Houng-Sik ) - Hanseo University Departmet of Physical Therapy Division of Health Science

Abstract


Excessive lumbar flexion during sit-to-stand (STS) is a risk factor for lower back pain. Postural taping can prevent unwanted flexion of the lumbar spine. This study aimed to demonstrate the effect of taping the lower back on the lumbopelvic region and hip joint kinematics during STS. Sixteen healthy subjects participated. All subjects performed the STS with and without taping of the lower back. A three-dimensional motion analysis system was used to measure the kinematics of the lumbar spine, pelvis, and hip joint during STS. The angle of the peak lumbar flexion, pelvic anterior tilting, and hip flexion and angular displacement of the lumbar spine between starting position and maximal lumbar flexion were collected. Paired t-tests, or Wilcoxon’s rank-sum test for non-parametric distribution, were used to assess differences in the measurements with and without taping. A p-value <.05 was taken to indicate a significant difference. Significant differences were observed in the angle of the peak lumbar flexion, pelvic anterior tilting, hip flexion and angular displacement of the lumbar spine (p<.05). Taping was associated with a significant decrease in the angle of peak lumbar flexion and angular displacement of the lumbar spine between the starting position and maximal lumbar spine flexion. In addition, the peak angle of pelvic anterior tilting and hip flexion were significantly increased with taping. The findings of this study suggest that taping the lower back can decrease excessive lumbar flexion, and increase the pelvic anterior tilting and hip flexion motion during STS.

키워드

Hip joint; Kinematics; Lumbopelvic motion; Postural taping; Sit to stand

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