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Effect of Continuous Antagonistic Muscle Strengthening and Evjenth-Hamberg Stretching on Pulmonary Function of Forward Head Posture Subjects
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Effect of Continuous Antagonistic Muscle Strengthening and Evjenth-Hamberg Stretching on Pulmonary Function of Forward Head Posture Subjects
Park, Joo Hyun;
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 Abstract
This research was conducted to investigate the effect of continuous antagonistic muscle strengthening exercise and Evjenth-Hamberg stretching on the pulmonary function of university students with abnormal transformation of forward head posture(FHP). The results of study subject to the continuous antagonistic muscle strengthening(CAS) group(n=10) and Evjenth- Hamberg stretching(EHS) group(n=10) that was conducted 3 times a week for 6 weeks are as follow. FVC, IVC, and MVV all were shown to be significant in the pre post comparison between the CAS group and EHS group(p<.05), and significant difference was shown for MW between the two groups(p<.05) in which the CAS group showed better effect. Based on the results above, it is considered that combining continuous antagonistic muscle strengthening exercise has better effect on pulmonary function compared to application of only Evjenth-Hamberg stretching.
 Keywords
Antagonist Strengthening;Evjenth-Hamberg Stretching;Forward Head Posture;
 Language
English
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