Research Prospects for Controlling the Quiet Standing Posture: Discussion for the Creation of New Research Findings for People with Cerebral Palsy
a people with cerebral palsy
Humans adopt postures and move while being affected by Earth’s gravity. Adopting and controlling a standing posture in particular involves extremely complex adjustments to balance. In addition, people with cerebral palsy often have difficulty maintaining a standing posture. The aim of this paper was to discuss the acquisition of new research findings regarding standing postural control in people with cerebral palsy through insights into research findings that reveal how humans control a static standing posture. To achieve the goal, this paper discusses the historical development of research on standing postural control and prospects for its future. This paper also reviews research on standing postural control in people with cerebral palsy and prospects for the future. In summary, the process by which people with cerebral palsy master standing postural control needs to be painstakingly identified, and reorganization of postural control in those people needs to be examined.
This study was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 20K03000.
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