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The Effects of Stage-based Training and Core Exercises on Cobb`s Angle and Trunk Length in Scoliosis Patients: A Case Study
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The Effects of Stage-based Training and Core Exercises on Cobb`s Angle and Trunk Length in Scoliosis Patients: A Case Study
Kim, Mi-Sun; Lee, Myoung-Hee; Kim, Ik-Hwan;
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 Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of stage-based training, including core exercises, on scoliosis patients. METHODS: Two patients with scoliosis participated in the study. Both patients participated for eight months and were trained for an hour three times a week. The training program consisted of stretching and strengthening, as well as core exercises, and was divided into five stages. The Cobb angles and trunk lengths of the subjects were measured after one month, two months, and four months of training. Measurements were also taken after the subjects completed training. All of the measurements were taken using Formetric 4D. RESULTS: The Cobb`s angle of subject A, which was before training, measured following training. The Cobb`s angle of subject B also improved from prior to training to after training. Furthermore, the trunk lengths of both subjects improved. The trunk length of subject A increased from 438 mm to 450 mm and, and the trunk length of subject B increased from 433 mm to 458 mm. CONCLUSION: This study has shown that stage-based training and core training can be used as effective treatments for scoliosis patients.
 Keywords
Scoliosis;Stage based training;Core exercise;
 Language
Korean
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