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The Effects of Proprioceptor Training and Vestibular Organ Training on Balance Ability of Adults
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The Effects of Proprioceptor Training and Vestibular Organ Training on Balance Ability of Adults
Lee, Sang Bin; Moon, Ok Kon; Choi, Jung Hyun; An, Ho Jung; Shin, Hee Joon; Kim, Nyeon Jun; Park, Si Eun; Song, Young Hwa; Min, Kyung Ok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analysis of the effect of proprioceptor training and vestibular organ training for balance ability. The subjects was consist of two different subjects group, proprioceptor training group and vestibular organ training group. Proprioceptor training group consisted of 10 subjects and vestibular organ training group consisted of 10 subjects. Training was performed 3 times per week, 30 minutes per day, for 3 weeks. Balance ability analysis was performed using Romberg's one leg standing test and BT4 when opened eyes and closed eyes. The analysis results were as follows. There was no significant differences in balance after the training in both groups when they opened their eyes(p<.05). But there was significant differences in balance after the training in both groups when they closed their eyes(p<.05). And there was no significant difference in balance after the training between the proprioceptor training group and the vestibular organ training group when they closed their eyes(p<.05). Given the above results, proprioceptor training and vestibular organ training enhanced balance but there was no significant difference between the two methods.
 Keywords
Proprioceptive Training;Vestibular Organ Training;Balance;
 Language
English
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