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The Effect of Therapeutic Intervention Using Motivation on Chronic Stroke Patients' Balance
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The Effect of Therapeutic Intervention Using Motivation on Chronic Stroke Patients' Balance
Kim, Yeon Ju; Choi, Yoo Rim; Choi, Wan Suk; Kim, Bo Kyung; Oh, Hyun Ju; Kim, Hong Rae; Hwang, Byeong Jun;
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 Abstract
This study purposed to provide a scientific base for understanding the effect of therapeutic intervention using motivation on chronic stroke patients' balance and determining whether it is applicable as a new therapeutic intervention. For this study, we sampled 38 chronic stroke patients, and divided them randomly into a motivation training group(n=20) and a control group(n=18). To the control group was applied neurological physiotherapy 5 times a week, and 30 minutes each time, and to the motivation training group was applied neurological physiotherapy and then, additionally, a Nintendo Wii-Fit program 3 times a week, and 30 minutes each time. Before and after the experiment, the subjects' dynamic balance was measured with functional reach test(FRT), timed up & go test(TUG), and 10m gait test, and their static balance was measured with the Romberger Test. When dynamic balance ability was compared between before and after the experiment and between the motivation training group and the control group, significant difference was observed in the results of FRT, TUG, and 10m walking test between before and after the intervention(p<.05). As to static balance, in addition, body balance movement distance was not significantly different. Therapeutic intervention using dynamic motivation was found to be more effective than the control group in improving dynamic balance.
 Keywords
Strokes;Therapeutic Intervention using Motivation;Balance;
 Language
English
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