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Panacea Journal of Medical Sciences


Effect of computerised targeted visual biofeedback exercises on balance in stroke patients


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Author Details : Maneesha S Deshpande, Sukhna Kaur Khurana*, Pushpa Dhote

Volume : 9, Issue : 1, Year : 2019

Article Page : 19-22


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Abstract

Stroke is an acute onset of neurological dysfunction due to an abnormality in cerebral circulation with resultant signs and symptoms that corresponds to involvements of the focal areas of brain. Stroke results into decreased proprioceptive sense and muscle strength which leads to impaired balance. Hence in this study, two visual biofeedback exercises were selected to find out the effect on balance in stroke patients. 26 subjects fulfilling the inclusion criteria were selected and divided into control (n=13) and experimental (n=13) groups. Pre intervention step test was measured. The exercise regime protocol was same for both the groups except the control group underwent visual biofeedback exercises in parallel bars in front of the mirror and the Experimental group underwent computerised targeted visual biofeedback exercises for 5 sessions/week for 4 weeks. Step test was reassessed at the end of 4th week. Data analysis was done by using paired and unpaired t-test where p value was <0>

Keywords: Stroke, Balance, Step test, Biofeedback, Computerized Targeted exercises.

Doi : 10.18231/j.pjms.2019.006

How to cite : Deshpande M S, Khurana S K, Dhote P , Effect of computerised targeted visual biofeedback exercises on balance in stroke patients. Panacea J Med Sci 2019;9(1):19-22

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