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Effects of the Probody Massage on the Physical Characteristics, Gross Motor Function and ROM in Youth with Cerebral Palsy : Case study

프로바디마사지가 뇌병변 장애우의 신체적 특성과 대동작 기능 및 관절 가동범위에 미치는 영향 : 사례연구

Kim, Eui-Suk;Yang, Jeong-Ok;Lee, Joong-Sook
김의숙;양정옥;이중숙

  • Received : 2015.12.02
  • Accepted : 2015.12.16
  • Published : 2015.12.31

Abstract

Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the Probody Massage Program on the physical characteristics, gross motor function and ROM (Range Of Motion) of children with cerebral palsy. Method : The subjects of this study were two children who have been diagnosed with first grade cerebral palsy that utilized T development support center located in B Metropolitan city for 8 weeks, twice a week, to carry out the Probody Massage Program for 30 minutes. Physiological reactions (height, weight, BMI, blood pressure (an index of inflammation), pulse rate) and large operating functions (sitting, crawling and the joints' range of motion as an angle of the shoulders' upper limb articulation) were measured pretest, after 4 weeks, and after 8 weeks. Results : The Probody Massage Program showed positive changes in physical characteristics (blood pressure, sitting, and crawling), gross motor function (upper limb shoulder movement), joint range of motion, height, body weight, metabolic activation and blood circulation of children with cerebral palsy. Conclusion : We believe making a practical impact on the growth and development, functional recovery of daily life, and improvement of quality of life of children with cerebral palsy by utilizing Probody Massage Program improves blood pressure (an index of inflammation), pulse, sitting, crawling, and the joints' range of motion as an angle of the shoulder joints' upper limb movement of children with cerebral palsy.

Keywords

Probody Massage Program;Cerebral Palsy;ROM;Gross Motor Function;Index of Inflammation;Pulse Rate;Physical Characteristics

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