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  • 발행기관 : 한국전문물리치료학회(Korean Academy Of University Trained Physical Therapy)
  • 출처구분 : 학회
  • 간행물유형 : 학술저널
  • 발행주기 : 계간 (발행월:2,5,8,11)
  • Print ISSN : 1225-8962
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노인 낙상 - 넘어짐 그리고 인체손상의 과학, 넘어지면 다 죽는가?
노인 낙상 - 넘어짐 그리고 인체손상의 과학, 넘어지면 다 죽는가?
최우철(Woochol Joseph Choi);임기택(Kitaek Lim);김승수(Seung-su Kim);이세영(Se-young Lee)
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 161-167 (7 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Understanding sciences behind fall-related hip fractures in older adults is important to de-velop effective interventions for prevention. The aim of this review is to provide biomechanical understanding and prevention strategies of falls and related hip fractures in older adults, in order to guide future research directions from biomechanical perspectives. While most hip fractures are due to a fall, a few of falls are injurious causing hip fractures, and most falls are non-injurious. Fall mechanics are important in determining injurious versus non-injurious falls. Many different biomechanical factors contribute to the risk of hip fracture, and effects of each individual factors are known well. However, combining effects, and correlation and causation among the factors are poorly understood. While fall prevention interventions include exercise, vision correction, vitamin D intake and environment modification, injury prevention strategies include use of hip protectors, compliant flooring and safe landing strategies, vitamin D intake and exercise. While fall risk assessments have well been established, limited efforts have been made for injury risk assessments. Better understanding is necessary on the correlation and causation among factors affecting the risk of falls and related hip fractures in older adults. De-velopment of the hip fracture risk assessment technique is required to establish more efficient intervention models for fall-related hip fractures in older adults.
The Influence of Pronated Foot Posture on Knee Isokinetic Strength, Static and Dynamic Postural Stability in Healthy Young Individuals
The Influence of Pronated Foot Posture on Knee Isokinetic Strength, Static and Dynamic Postural Stability in Healthy Young Individuals
Woochan Chun;Hee-su Kim;Sieun Park;Jihea Park;Seunghee Shim;Sookyoung Park
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 168-176 (9 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: The foot is a complex body structure that plays an important role in static and dynamic situations. Previous studies have reported that altered foot posture might affect knee joint strength and postural stability, however their relationship still remains unclear. Objects: The purpose of this study was to identify whether pronated foot posture has an influence on knee isokinetic strength and static and dynamic postural stability. Methods: Forty healthy young males aged 18 to 26 years were included. Foot posture was evaluated using the Foot Posture Index-6 (FPI-6), and the subjects were divided into two groups according to their FPI-6 scores: a neutral foot group (n = 20, FPI-6 score 0 to +5) and a pronated foot group (n = 20, FPI-6 score +6 or more). Biodex Systems 3 isokinetic dyna-mometer was used to evaluate knee isokinetic strength and hamstring to quadriceps ratio at three angular velocities: 60°/sec, 90°/sec, and 180°/sec. The static and dynamic postural stabil-ity in a single-leg stance under the eyes-open and eyes-closed conditions were measured with a Biodex Balance System. Results: There were no significant differences between the groups in knee isokinetic strength and static postural stability (p > 0.05), but there was a significant difference in the medial–lateral stability index (MLSI) for dynamic postural stability under the eyes-closed condition (p = 0.022). The FPI-6 scores correlated significantly only with the dynamic overall stability index (OSI) and the MLSI (OSI: R = 0.344, p = 0.030; MLSI: R = 0.409, p = 0.009) under the eyes-closed condition. Conclusion: Participants with pronated foot had poorer medial–lateral dynamic stability un-der an eyes-closed condition than those without, and FPI-6 scores were moderately positively correlated with dynamic OSI and dynamic MLSI under the eyes-closed condition. These results suggest that pronated foot posture could induce a change in postural stability, but not in knee isokinetic strength.
Risk Factors for Sarcopenia, Sarcopenic Obesity, and Sarcopenia Without Obesity in Older Adults
Risk Factors for Sarcopenia, Sarcopenic Obesity, and Sarcopenia Without Obesity in Older Adults
Seo-hyun Kim;Chung-hwi Yi;Jin-seok Lim
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 177-185 (9 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: Muscle undergoes change continuously with aging. Sarcopenia, in which muscle mass decrease with aging, is associated with various diseases, the risk of falling, and the deterioration of quality of life. Obesity and sarcopenia also have a synergy effect on the disease of the older adults. Objects: This study examined the risk factors for sarcopenia, sarcopenic obesity, and sarcope-nia without obesity and developed prediction models. Methods: This machine-learning study used the 2008–2011 Korea National Health and Nu-trition Examination Surveys in the analysis. After data curation, 5,563 older participants were selected, of whom 1,169 had sarcopenia, 538 had sarcopenic obesity, and 631 had sarco-penia without obesity; the remaining 4,394 were normal. Decision tree and random forest models were used to identify risk factors. Results: The risk factors for sarcopenia chosen by both methods were body mass index (BMI) and duration of moderate physical activity; those for sarcopenic obesity were sex, BMI, and duration of moderate physical activity; and those for sarcopenia without obesity were BMI and sex. The areas under the receiver operating characteristic curves of all prediction models exceeded 0.75. BMI could predict sarcopenia-related disease. Conclusion: Risk factors for sarcopenia-related diseases should be identified and programs for sarcopenia-related disease prevention should be developed. Data-mining research using population data should be conducted to enhance the effectiveness of early treatment for people with sarcopenia-related diseases through predictive models.
Concurrent Validity and Test-retest Reliability of the Core Stability Test Using Ultrasound Imaging and Electromyography Measurements
Concurrent Validity and Test-retest Reliability of the Core Stability Test Using Ultrasound Imaging and Electromyography Measurements
Seungju Yoo;Nam-Gi Lee;Chanhee Park;Joshua (Sung) Hyun You
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 186-193 (8 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: While the formal test has been used to provide a quantitative measurement of core stability, studies have reported inconsistent results regarding its test-retest and intra-observer reliabilities. Furthermore, the validity of the formal test has never been established. Objects: This study aimed to establish the concurrent validity and test-retest reliability of the formal test. Methods: Twenty-two young adults with and without core instability (23.1 ± 2.0 years) were recruited. Concurrent validity was determined by comparing the muscle thickness changes of the external oblique, internal oblique, and transverse abdominal muscle to changes in core stability pressure during the formal test using ultrasound (US) imaging and pressure biofeed-back, respectively. For the test-retest reliability, muscle thickness and pressure changes were repeatedly measured approximately 24 hours apart. Electromyography (EMG) was used to monitor trunk muscle activity during the formal test. Results: The Pearson’s correlation analysis showed an excellent correlation between trans-verse abdominal thickness and pressure biofeedback unit (PBU) pressure as well as internal oblique thickness and PBU pressure, ranging from r = 0.856–0.980, p < 0.05. The test-retest reliability was good, intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC1,2) = 0.876 for the core stability pressure measure and ICC1,2 = 0.939 to 0.989 for the abdominal muscle thickness measure. Conclusion: Our results provide clinical evidence that the formal test is valid and reliable, when concurrently incorporated into EMG and US measurements.
앉은 자세에서 불안정한 접촉면을 이용한 어깨뼈 내밈 운동이 위 그리고 아래 앞톱니근 활성화에 미치는 영향
앉은 자세에서 불안정한 접촉면을 이용한 어깨뼈 내밈 운동이 위 그리고 아래 앞톱니근 활성화에 미치는 영향
장태진(Tae-Jin Jang);황병훈(Byeong-Hun Hwang);전인철(In-Cheol Jeon)
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 194-199 (6 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: The scapulo-thoracic musculatures including serratus anterior (SA), upper tra-pezius and lower trapezius can provide shoulder stability and functional shoulder movement. Objects: The muscle activities of upper and lower SA were compared during three different scapular protraction exercises in healthy individuals in sitting position. Methods: Twenty-five healthy subjects were participated. Electromyography device was used to measure muscle activity of upper and lower SA and trapezius muscles. Each subject was asked to perform three different scapular protraction exercises (scapular protraction [SP], SP with self-resistance [SPSR], SPSR with hand-exerciser [SPSRH]) in random order. One-way re-peated measures analysis of the variance and a Bonferroni post hoc test were used. Results: The muscle activity of lower SA muscle was significantly different among three con-ditions (SP vs. SPSR vs. SPSRH) (p < 0.01). The lower SA muscle activity was significantly greater during SPSRH compared to SP and SPSR, which required joint stability more than SP and SPSR (p < 0.01). Conclusion: SPSRH exercise can be recommended to facilitate the muscle activity of lower SA. In addition, the intramuscular variation in the upper and lower SA during scapular protrac-tion exercise is required to consider the effective rehabilitation.
The Effects of Elastic Ankle Taping on Static and Dynamic Postural Control in Individuals With Chronic Ankle Instability
The Effects of Elastic Ankle Taping on Static and Dynamic Postural Control in Individuals With Chronic Ankle Instability
Jin-seok Lim;Seo-hyun Kim;Il-young Moon;Chung-hwi Yi
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 200-207 (8 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: Postural control deficit is a major characteristic in patients with chronic ankle instability (CAI). Elastic ankle tapings are commonly used to facilitate postural control in pa-tients with CAI as well as prevent relapse of a lateral ankle sprain. However, equivocal evidence exists concerning the effect of elastic ankle taping on postural control. Objects: This study aimed to evaluate the effects of elastic ankle tapings using kinesio tap-ing (KT) and dynamic taping (DT) on static and dynamic postural control in patients with CAI. Methods: Fifteen subjects with CAI were participated in this study. The participants per-formed tests under three conditions (barefoot, KT, and DT). Static postural control was evalu-ated using the one-leg standing test (OLST) and dynamic postural control using the modified Star Excursion Balance Test (mSEBT). One-way repeated-measures analysis of variance was used to compare center of pressure (CoP) data and normalized mSEBT reach distances among the three conditions (with 慣 = 0.05). Results: The CoP parameters (path length, ellipse area, and mean velocity) of the OLST signifi-cantly decreased on applying KT and DT compared with those when barefoot. The normalized reach distances in the anteromedial (AM), medial (M), and posteromedial (PM) directions of the mSEBT significantly increased with DT compared to that in the control condition. Further, the higher reach distances with KT compared with those in the control condition were ob-tained in the M and PM directions of the mSEBT. No significant differences were identified in any of the OLST and SEBT parameters between the two different taping applications. Conclusion: KT and DT improved static postural control during the OLST compared with the control condition. Moreover, these tapes improved dynamic postural control during the mSEBT compared to the control. Therefore, elastic ankle tapings are useful prophylactic de-vices for the prevention and treatment of ankle sprain in people with CAI.
Relationship Between the Closed Kinetic Chain Upper Extremity Stability Test and Strength of Serratus Anterior and Triceps Brachii Muscles
Relationship Between the Closed Kinetic Chain Upper Extremity Stability Test and Strength of Serratus Anterior and Triceps Brachii Muscles
Young-soo Weon;Sun-hee Ahn;Jun-hee Kim;Gyeong-tae Gwak;Oh-yun Kwon
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 208-214 (7 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: The CKCUES test evaluates the functional performance of the shoulder joint. The CKCUES test scores CKC exercises of the upper limbs to examine shoulder stability. Al-though the CKCUES test provides quantitative data on functional ability and performance, no study has determined the relationship between CKCUES scores and SA and TB muscle strength. Objects: The objective of this study is to determine the relationship between the CKCUES test scores and the strength of the SA and TB muscles in the CKCUES and unilateral CKCUES tests. Methods: Sixty-six healthy male volunteers participated in the study. A Smart KEMA strength sensor measured SA and TB muscle strength. Two parallel lines on the floor indicated the initial hand placement to start CKCUES tests. For 15 seconds, the subject raises one hand and reaches over to touch the supporting hand, then returns to the starting position. Results: The correlation between the CKCUES test scores and the strength of the SA was strong (r = 0.650, p < 0.001), and the TB was moderate (r = 0.438, p < 0.001). The correla-tion between the unilateral CKCUES test and the strength of the SA of the supporting side was strong (r = 0.605, p < 0.001), and swing side was strong (r = 0.681, p < 0.001). The cor-relation between the unilateral CKCUES test and the strength of the TB of the supporting side was moderate (r = 0.409, p < 0.001), and swing side was moderate (r = 0.482, p < 0.001). Conclusion: Our study showed that the CKCUES test had a strong association with isometric strength of SA and moderate association with that of TB. These findings suggest that the CKCUES test can evaluate the function of the SA. Moreover, the unilateral CKCUES test can evaluate unilateral shoulder function.
Effects of Robot-assisted Gait With Body Weight Support on Torque, Work, and Power of Quadriceps and Hamstring Muscles in Healthy Subjects
Effects of Robot-assisted Gait With Body Weight Support on Torque, Work, and Power of Quadriceps and Hamstring Muscles in Healthy Subjects
Jihun Hwang;Sung (Joshua) Hyun You;Woochol Joseph Choi;Chung-hwi Yi
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 215-226 (12 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: Robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) is an effective method for walking reha-bilitation. Additionally, the body weight support (BWS) system reduces muscle fatigue while walking. However, no previous studies have investigated the effects of RAGT with BWS on isokinetic strength of quadriceps and hamstring muscles. Objects: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of torque, work, and power on the quadriceps and hamstring muscles during RAGT, using the BWS of three conditions in healthy subjects. The three different BWS conditions were BWS 50%, BWS 20%, and full weight bearing (FWB). Methods: Eleven healthy subjects (7 males and 4 females) participated in this study. The Walkbot_S was used to cause fatigue of the quadriceps and hamstring muscles and the Biodex Systems 4 Pro was used to measure the isokinetic torque, work, and power of them. After RAGT trials of each of the three conditions, the subjects performed isokinetic concentric knee flexion and extension, five at an angular velocity of 60°/s and fifteen at an angular velocity of 180°/s. One-way repeated analysis of variance was used to determine significant differences in all the variables. The least significant difference test was used for post-hoc analysis. Results: On both sides, there were significant differences in peak torque (PT) of knee exten-sion and flexion between the three BWS conditions at an angular velocity of 60°/s and 180°/s conditions. A post-hoc comparison revealed that the PT in the BWS 50% was significantly greater than in the BWS 20% and the FWB and the PT in the BWS 20% was significantly greater than in the FWB. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that the lower BWS during RAGT seems to lower the isokinetic torque, work, and power of the quadriceps and hamstring muscles be-cause of the muscle fatigue increase.
Immediate Effect of Serratus Posterior Inferior Muscle Direction Taping on Thoracolumbar Junction Rotation Angle During One Arm Lifting in the Quadruped Position
Immediate Effect of Serratus Posterior Inferior Muscle Direction Taping on Thoracolumbar Junction Rotation Angle During One Arm Lifting in the Quadruped Position
Nu-ri Kim;Sun-hee Ahn;Gyeong-tae Gwak;Hwa-ik Yoo;Oh-yun Kwon
한국전문물리치료학회 / 한국전문물리치료학회지 제28권 제3호 / 2021 / 227-234 (8 pages)
의약학>의학일반 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 물리치료학
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Background: The serratus posterior inferior (SPI) muscle originates from the spinous pro-cess of T11-L2 and inserts at the lower border of the 9–12th ribs. This muscle is involved in thoracolumbar rotation and stability. Several positions can be used to improve trunk stability; the quadruped position is a good position for easily maintaining a neutral spine. In particular, during one arm lifting, various muscles act to maintain a neutral trunk position, and the SPI is one of these muscles. If trunk stability is weakened, uncontrolled trunk rotation may occur at this time. Tape can be used to increase trunk stability. There have been no studies on the effect of taping applied to the SPI muscle on thoracolumbar junction (TLJ) stability. Objects: This study compared the TLJ rotation angle between three different conditions (without taping, transverse taping, and SPI muscle direction taping). Methods: Thirty subjects were recruited to the study (18 males and 12 females). The TLJ rota-tion angle was measured during one arm lifting in a quadruped position (ALQP). Two taping methods (transverse and SPI muscle direction taping) were applied, and the TLJ rotation angle was measured in the same movement. Results: SPI muscle direction taping significantly reduced TLJ rotation compared to that with-out taping (p < 0.001) and with transverse taping (p < 0.001). There was a significant dif-ference in the TLJ rotation angle between transverse taping and SPI muscle direction taping (p < 0.017). Conclusion: SPI muscle direction taping reduces the TLJ rotation angle during ALQP. There-fore, SPI muscle direction taping is one method to improve TLJ stability and reduce uncon-trolled TLJ rotation during ALQP.