- 関西理学療法 (ISSN:13469606)
- vol.5, pp.11-21, 2005 (Released:2006-01-26)
In this chapter, we describe the kind of senses and the central nervous system from the viewpoint of sensory inputs. There is a close relation between the sense and movement, and the memory of movement is very important in activating movement. We should use sensory evaluation as accurate proof of the problems that we expect from postural-movement analysis. We memorize the sense of movement appropriately on moving, and we can create new movement smoothly on the basis of this information. If a patient can cause each movement consciously, it means that he can memorize the sense of movement and that we can treat him appropriately.