- 関西理学療法 (ISSN:13469606)
- vol.17, pp.47-53, 2017 (Released:2017-12-29)
In a clinical setting, we observed the patterns of muscle activity which change with awareness and the muscular activity which increases in order to relieve pain. Using electromyography, we observed the change in calf raise movement and the increase in movement in the perineal position when the gluteal muscle was forced to contract. We were able to inhibit excessive compensation by the erector spinae muscle group. In addition, the trunk muscles and the leg muscles became involved at the same time and contributed to correct postural alignment.