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The Impact of Functional Electrical Stimulus and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation to Scapula Adductor on Upper Limb Functions and Gait of the Patients with Stroke

문상현, 홍완성, 김상수, 안호정, 송영화, 김용권, 최정현, 김보경, 김성호, 최완석, Min Kyoung-Ok,
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문상현 ( Moon Sang-Hyun ) - Philip Hospital
홍완성 ( Hong Wan-Sung ) - Dongnam Health University
김상수 ( Kim Sang-Soo ) - Daegu Health College
안호정 ( An Ho-Jung ) - Daewon University College
송영화 ( Song Young-Hwa ) - Dongnam Health University
김용권 ( Kim Yong-Kwon ) - International University of Korea
최정현 ( Choi Jung-Hyun ) - Namseoul University
김보경 ( Kim Bo-Kyoung ) - International University of Korea
김성호 ( Kim Sung-Ho ) - Shingu College
최완석 ( Choi Wan-Suk ) - International University of Korea
 ( Min Kyoung-Ok ) - Yongin University

Abstract


The present study examined the effects of functional electrical stimulus(group 1), proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation(group 2) and combined training of functional electrical stimulus and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation(group 3) with scapula adductor muscles on scapula movement, upper limb function and gait in fifteen subjects stroke patients. The training was thirty minutes a day, five times a week for six weeks, obtained result as follow, upper limb function was significant difference in the group 2(p<.05) but no significant difference in other groups. The change of weight bearing were significant difference in all the groups(p<.05), and increase of gait velocity were significant difference in all the group(p<.05). In conclusion, when applied with functional electrical stimulus, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and combined training to the scapular adductor muscles, it was oberved in the course of the experiment that proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation was the most effective treatment among the three methods applied to the scapula adductors.

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Fuctional Electrical Stimulus; Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation; Scapular Movement; Stroke

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