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Effect of Resistive Chin Tuck Exercise on Swallowing Function in Stroke Patients With Dysphagia

Hwang, Na-Kyoung 1 이지영 2 Oh Dong Hwan 3 Ji-Su Park 4 조영문 5 이동건 6 홍원진 7 윤정애 8 choyoungseok 9

1서울특별시 북부병원 재활의학센터 작업치료실
2분당서울대학교병원 재활의학교실
3경희대학교병원 재활의학과 작업치료실
4인제대학교부속부산백병원
5서울아산병원 재활의학과 작업치료실
6명지병원 재활의학과 작업치료실
7신촌세브란스 재활병원 작업치료실
8대전보건대학교 작업치료과
9구미대학교

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ABSTRACT

Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of a resistive chin tuck exercise on the swallowing function in stroke patients with dysphagia. Methods : Fifty-eight patients were randomly assigned to either a resistive chin tuck exercise group or a Shaker exercise group. The experimental group performed the resistive chin tuck exercise, and the control group performed a Shaker exercise, each for 15 minutes a session, twice a day, five times per week, over a six-week period. Results : Both groups showed a significant improvement in their total and pharyngeal stage Videofluoroscopic Dysphasia Scale (VDS), Penetration-Aspiration Scale (PAS), and Functional Oral Intake Scale (FOIS) scores(p <.05). However, through a comparison of the variations of the total scores for VDS and PAS before and after intervention, there were significant differences between the two groups (p=.04, p=.00). Conclusion : The findings confirmed that the resistive chin tuck exercise conducted in this study has a similar effect as a head-lift exercise used as one of the remedial methods in conventional swallowing treatment.

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