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Effects of dynamic taping on shoulder joint proprioception

Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science 2020년 9권 4호 p.269 ~ 274
박소영, 김민지, 설소은, 황찬, 홍지수, 김호, 신원섭,
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박소영 ( Park So-Young ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
김민지 ( Kim Min-Ji ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
설소은 ( Seol So-Eun ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
황찬 ( Hwang Chan ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
홍지수 ( Hong Ji-Su ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
김호 ( Kim Ho ) - Daejeon University Graduate School Department of Physical Therapy
신원섭 ( Shin Won-Seob ) - Daejeon University College of Health and Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Objective: There are many cases of applying various taping methods to prevent muscle damage and to assist with movement. The purpose of this study was to investigate and to compare the effects of dynamic taping on joint position sense and to find out the difference in error values during various degrees of shoulder flexion.

Design: Cross-sectional study.

Methods: A total of 20 subjects participated in this study with a randomized cross-over design. The order of taping was adjusted by randomly proceeding with dynamic taping, sham taping, and no taping. After the taping, the proprioception of the shoulder joint was evaluated. The evaluation of proprioceptive sensation was performed by evaluating joint position sensation. The sequence was adjusted by randomly performing joint position tests at each shoulder flexion of 50, 90, and 110 degrees. All angles were repeated 3 times.

Results: There was a significant difference between dynamic taping and no taping in 50 degrees of shoulder flexion. There was a significant difference between sham taping and no taping in 90 degrees of shoulder flexion (p<0.05). No significant difference was found in 110 degrees of shoulder flexion.

Conclusions: In this study, it was confirmed that dynamic taping is effective in improving the joint position sense in 50 degrees of shoulder flexion. In the future, it is expected that further studies will be conducted on patients with shoulder dysfunction with decreased proprioception.

키워드

Motion; Muscles; Proprioception; Shoulder

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