Vol 26: The Postural Control Characteristics of Individuals with and without a History of Ankle Sprain during Single-leg Standing: Relationship between Center of Pressure and Acceleration of the Head and Foot Parameters.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 26: The Postural Control Characteristics of Individuals with and without a History of Ankle Sprain during Single-leg Standing: Relationship between Center of Pressure and Acceleration of the Head and Foot Parameters.


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This article is from Journal of Physical Therapy Science, volume 26.AbstractPurpose This study aimed to investigate the postural control characteristics of individuals with and without a history of ankle sprain during single-leg standing by examining the relationship between various parameters of center of pressure COP and head and foot acceleration. Subjects Twenty subjects with and 23 subjects without a history of ankle sprain sprain and control groups, respectively participated. Methods Mean and maximum COP velocity and maximum COP range in the anteroposterior and mediolateral components of movement were calculated using a gravicorder. The anteroposterior and mediolateral maximum accelerations of the head and foot, as well as the root mean square RMS of each acceleration parameter, were measured using accelerometers. Results In the mediolateral component, a significant positive correlation was found between maximum acceleration of the foot and all COP parameters in the sprain group. Conclusion Our findings suggest that mediolateral momentary motion of the foot in individuals with a history of ankle sprain has relevance to various parameters of COP.



Author: Abe, Yota; Sugaya, Tomoaki; Sakamoto, Masaaki

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