Testing and control of the postural stability of the human body

Konference: 2009 5. sympózium a workshop molekulární patologie a histo-cyto-chemie

Kategorie: Ostatní

Téma: Postery

Číslo abstraktu: p006

Autoři: R. Filipčíková; M. Bezdíčková; P. Váverka; Mgr. Kateřina Langová, Ph.D.; O. David; S. Laichman

Background: Posture and stability control is a process of maintaining the balance and position of the body and its parts in a constantly changing environment. The purpose of our study is to determine which morphological indicators influence postural stability and its control.

Methods: We used NeuroCom Balance-12 protocols, anthropometric measurements - 32 values, an anamnestic questionnaire and 41 individuals took part in it. For this project we analyzed three chosen protocols: Sensory Organization Test-Equilibrium, Adaptation Test and Rhythmic Weight Shift.

Results: Very interesting statistically significant coherences were found during analysis of test Rhythmic Weight Shift, Sensory Organization Test-Equilibrium on level p<0.01,p<0.05.

Conclusions: This study shows us a direction and we may consider it a convenient base for more specific continuation in this problematic area

Datum přednesení příspěvku: 24. 4. 2009