Effect of learning postural tasks on postural stability in patients with poststroke hemiparesis, Parkinson's disease and cerebellar ataxiaстатья

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[1] Effect of learning postural tasks on postural stability in patients with poststroke hemiparesis, parkinson's disease and cerebellar ataxia / L. Chernikova, K. Ustinova, N. Katsuba, M. Ioffe // Gait and Posture. — 2005. — Vol. 21, no. S1. — P. 106–106. Introduction: Feedback training is an efficient way of posture rehabilitation. The relevant studies concern poststroke patients [1]. The present study investigates the effects of learning postural tasks on postural stability in patients with poststroke hemiparesis (PH), Parkinson's disease (PD) and cerebellar ataxia (CA). Methods: 20 PH patients, 21 PD patients and 25 CA patients were investigated. The subjects stood on a force platform. The center of pressure (CP) was presented as a cursor on the monitor. The initial body stability during quiet standing and maximum CP displacements during trunk bending in sagittal and frontal planes were recorded. Then the subjects had to align the cursor with the target on the screen and to move the CP whereby the target shifted towards a new position. Two different tasks were used. A daily session lasted 2 min for each task. Duration of the training was 10 days. A control group consisted of 12 PH patients, 15 PD patients and 12 CA patients. Results: After training the square of the CP displacement during quiet standing decreased and the CP amplitude during bending in both sagittal and frontal planes increased in hemiparetic patients as compared with the control group. The PD and cerebellar patients revealed increase of the bending in sagittal and frontal planes, correspondingly. Conclusion: The feedback training improves postural stability in the patients with poststroke hemiparesis, Parkinson's disease and cerebellar ataxia. [ DOI ]

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