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Effect of Paretic and Non-paretic Side Spine Taping on Balance Ability in Patients with Stroke

조용훈, 박신준, 김순희,
소속 상세정보
조용훈 ( Cho Yong-Hun ) - Avens Hospital
박신준 ( Park Shin-Jun ) - Gangdong University Department of Physical Therapy
김순희 ( Kim Soon-Hee ) - Yongin University Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Background: A number of researchers have attempted to improve the balance of stroke patients, however there is still a question as to whether taping is effective in increasing balance.

Objective: To determine the effect of paretic and non-paretic side taping on the balance ability in patients with stroke.

Design: A single-blind randomized controlled trial

Methods: This randomized single-blind controlled clinical trial with a repeated measures study included 45 subjects who were randomly assigned to paretic side taping groups (n=15), non-paretic side taping groups (n=15), and trunk exercise groups (n=15). Trunk exercise and paretic side taping groups had taping on the paralyzed erector spinae, while the non-paretic side taping group had taping on the non-paralyzed erector spinae. Trunk exercises were performed for 30 minutes to promote core muscles. The balance ability measured the center of pressure movement (paretic side, non-paretic side,forward, backward, limit of stability) in the sitting position. All measurements were evaluated using BioRescue.

Results: All three groups showed significant increase in all variables after 4 weeks. The paretic and non-paretic side taping groups had a significant increase in all variables after 30 min of attachment. However, there was no significant difference among the three groups.

Conclusions: Paralysis and non-paralysis taping improved the balance ability of patients with stroke in an immediate effect of 30 min. However, after 4 weeks of intervention, taping with trunk exercise did not differ from single trunk exercise. In future studies, various analyses need to be conducted through more diverse evaluations.

키워드

Stroke; Trunk Exercise; Taping; Balance Ability

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