- 関西理学療法 (ISSN:13469606)
- vol.11, pp.21-24, 2011 (Released:2012-01-06)
In physical therapy, we often encounter situations in which sensory disorders impede normal movement. Sensory information always accompanies movement, and normal movement cannot be achieved without sensory information. In this report, we describe the changes in movement caused by proprioceptive input in healthy persons and a post-stroke patient.