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Asymmetry of Anticipatory Postural Adjustment During Gait Initiation

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the asymmetry of anticipatory postural adjustment (APA) during gait initiation and to determine whether the process of choosing the initial swing leg affects APA during gait initiation. The participants initiated gait with the leg indicated by a start tone or initiated gait with the leg spontaneously chosen. The dependent variables of APA were not significantly different among the condition of initiating gait with the preferred leg indicated by the start tone, the condition of initiating gait with the non-preferred leg indicated by the start tone, and the condition of initiating gait with the leg spontaneously chosen. These findings fail to support the view that the process of choosing the initial swing leg affects APA during gait initiation. The lateral displacement of the center of pressure in the period in which shifting the center of pressure to the initial swing phase before initiating gait with the left leg indicated by the external cue was significantly larger than that when initiating gait with the right leg indicated by the external cue, and significantly larger than that when initiating gait with the leg spontaneously chosen. Weight shift to the initial swing side during APA during gait initiation was found to be asymmetrical when choosing the leg in response to an external cue
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42
Numer
1
Strony
7-14
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wydano
2014-10-01
online
2014-10-10
Twórcy
  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
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  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
autor
  • Graduate School of Compremensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino city, Osaka, Japan
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