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The Comparison of Balance using Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool to Stable and Instability Ankle

  • Journal of the Korean Society of Physical Medicine
  • Abbr : J Korean Soc Phys Med
  • 2013, 8(3), pp.361-368
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Physical Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Physical Therapy > Other physical therapy

김기종 1 제갈혁 2 전현주 3 최범진 4 최현진 5 유성훈 6 김용억 7

1동신대학교 대학원 물리치료학과
2동인요양병원 물리치료실
3유달요양원 물리치료실
4동아병원 관절센터
5순천평화병원
6Gwangju Trauma Center
7동신대학교

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ABSTRACT

Purpose : The purpose of this study was to investigate the comparison of balance on Stable Ankle(SA), Instability Ankle(IA) using Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool(CAIT). Methods : Total 54(SA: 27, IA: 27) subjects were volunteered to participate in the study. SA is defined as CAIT score ≥ 28, with no history of injury to ankle. IA is defined as persisting symptoms of giving way and ≤ 24 on the CAIT after ankle sprain. the balance measured using Biodex Balance System®(BBS). BBS instability protocols used static, dynamic balance level less stable(2), moderate stable(4) and level more stable(8). Results : There were significant differences at overall, Anterior-Posterior(AP), Medial-Lateral(ML) of static balance, dynamic balance level 2, 4. dynamic balance level 8 found significant difference at ML, but not found significant differences at overall, AP. Conclusion : We suggest that CAIT is acquired more exact information for IA intervention, as balance measured.

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