2011 年 11 巻 p. 5-11
In this paper, we introduce some approaches that have been used for hemiplegic patients with serious sensory disturbance in our hospital's convalescence rehabilitation ward. The highest function level in the present case was sitting in a leaning position, and this patient needed assistance in all the activities of daily living. Our treatment aimed to adjust the alignment of the trunk and the neck and improve the mobility of the non-paralyzed upper and lower limbs. Herein, we discuss our goal, potential outcome, and problems of impairment through the treatment and sitting posture in the wheelchair before and after treatment.