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The Effect of Pelvic Inclination on Gait Elements and Weight Bearing of Healthy Adults
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The Effect of Pelvic Inclination on Gait Elements and Weight Bearing of Healthy Adults
Cho, Sung-Hyoun; Kim, Cheol-Yong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of the static pelvic inclination and declination in the static standing position on weight bearing rate and gait elements. Fourteen healthy adults in their twenties were participated. Two groups of healthy adults were allocated in this study: above and below the average of pelvic tilt. The correlation between the pelvic inclination, weight bearing rate and gait elements were measured. There was a statistical correlation between the pelvic tilt and step. Also, there was a statistical difference when we compared anterior declination with swing period and posterior declination with step. There was an asymmetric correlation between pelvic tilt and step. However, there was no statistical difference between the groups above and below the average of pelvic tilt. This result indicates that dipper pelvic inclination doesn't affect the asymmetry of step.
 Keywords
Gait;Pelvic Inclination;Weight Bearing;Gait Asymmetry Ratio;
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English
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