Review Article
Volume 12 Issue 5 - 2020
Analysis of Body Balance Training Protocols Using Biofeedback Instruments in Hemiparetic Individuals: A Historical Review
Leonardo Grilo Gomes*
Póst Graduate Departament, Positivo University, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
*Corresponding Author: Leonardo Grilo Gomes, Professor, Póst Graduate Departament, Positivo University, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil.
Received: April 15, 2020; Published: April 30, 2020




Abstract

The Body Balance control allows human been to move their limbs in an upright stance position. In a situation whose it is lose the movement of one side of the body, it is called “hemiparesis” and the neurological system that compound orthostatic control needs organizing body position through center of gravity or pressure on hip and feet. The upright stance control is one of the primary aims in biofeedback-assisted rehabilitation through wide range of instruments for hemiparetic patients. Biofeedback practices guide the process of motor training with sensory feedback by supporting a patient’s audio-visual and physiological responses-a process that leads to improvement in balance control. This historiography review of the biofeedback-assisted rehabilitation protocols focuses on strategies of body balance training and different evaluation methods, following descriptions of biofeedback guidelines, as well as details of the range of equipment used in weight bearing, and weight distribution training for achieving better balance control.

Keywords: Biofeedback; Body Balance Training; Instrumentation

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Citation: Leonardo Grilo Gomes. “Analysis of Body Balance Training Protocols Using Biofeedback Instruments in Hemiparetic Individuals: A Historical Review”. EC Neurology 12.5 (2020): 72-82.

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