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The Effects of Multi Joint-Joint Position Sense Training Using Functional Task on Joint Position Sense, Balance, Walking Ability in Patients With Post-Stroke Hemiplegia

한국전문물리치료학회지 2015년 22권 3호 p.33 ~ 40
고경희, 최종덕, 김미선,
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고경희 ( Ko Kyoung-Hee ) - 대전대학교 일반대학원 물리치료학과
최종덕 ( Choi Jong-Duk ) - 대전대학교 보건의료과학대학 물리치료학과
김미선 ( Kim Mi-Sun ) - 대전대학교 일반대학원 물리치료학과

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of multi joint-joint position sense (MJ-JPS) training on joint position sense, balance, and gait ability in stroke patients. A total of 18 stroke patients participated in the study. The subjects were allocated randomly into two groups: an experimental group and a control group. Participants in the experimental group received MJ-JPS training (10 min) and conventional treatment (20 min), but participants in the control group only received conventional treatment (30 min). Both groups received training for five times per week for six weeks. MJ-JPS is a training method used to increase proprioception in the lower extremities; as such, it is used, to position the lower extremities in a given space. MJ-JPS measurement was captured via video using a Image J program to calculate the error distance. Balance ability was measured using Timed Up and Go (TUG) and the Berg Balance Scale (BBS). Gait ability was measured with a 10 m walking test (10MWT) and by climbing four flights of stairs. The Shapiro-Wilk test was used to assess normalization. Within-group differences were analyzed using the paired t-test. Between-group differences were analyzed using the independent t-test. The experimental group showed a significant decrease in error distance (MJ-JPS) compared to the control group (p<.05). Both groups showed a significant difference in their BBS and 10MWT results (p<.05). The experimental group showed a significant decrease in their TUG and climbing results (p<.05), but the control group results for those two tasks were not found to be significant (p>.05). There was significant difference in MJ-JPS and by climbing four flights of stairs on variation of pre and post test in between groups (p<.05), but TUG and BBS and 10MWT was no significantly (p>.05). We suggest that the MJ-JPS training proposed in this study be used as an intervention to help improve the functional activity of the lower extremities in stroke patients.

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Balance; Joint position sense; Proprioception; Stroke

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