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Effects of Less Affected Lower Extremity Insole on Balance in Chronic Stroke Patients during Treadmill Walking -A Preliminary Study-

PNF and Movement 2020년 18권 2호 p.215 ~ 222
안보라, 우영근, 박규남, 김수진,
소속 상세정보
안보라 ( An Bo-Ra ) - RAON HUE Hospital Department of Physical Therapy
우영근 ( Woo Young-Keun ) - Jeonju University College of Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
박규남 ( Park Kyeu-Nam ) - Jeonju University College of Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy
김수진 ( Kim Su-Jin ) - Jeonju University College of Medical Science Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Purpose: The study investigated the effect on chronic stroke patients’ balance of a weight shift to the affected side using an insole on the less affected side during treadmill walking training.

Methods: The subjects were 7 patients who had been diagnosed with stroke 6?24 months prior to the study. In each case, an insole was applied on the patient’s less affected side during treadmill walking training. Each training session lasted 30 minutes and was undertaken 5 times per week for 4 weeks. Biorescue equipment that measures shifts in center of pressure was used to assess balance ability as measured by the Korea-Berg balance scale (K-BBS) before and after each training intervention. The Wilcoxon signed-rank test was used to evaluate within-group effects.

Results: The results revealed statistically significant before and after differences in area, pressure, length, and mean velocity of the balance test and on K-BBS (p < 0.05).

Conclusion: In chronic stroke patients, using an insole to adjust the height of the shoe on the less affected side is an effective means of increasing weight-shifting on the paralyzed side during treadmill gait training.

키워드

Balance; Shoe Insert; Stroke

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