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Vol. 2 (2002) P 1-9




Normal movement was defined as automatic exercise of skill and motion with low attention. A characteristic of normal movement is typical rules of motion. Normal movement is a normative state with sensory functions, motor functions, and spinal and brain functions that control sensory and motor functions. Especially functions of the basal ganglia are affected by internal stimulation, intention and mind, and the cerebellum is affected by external stimulation; rhythmical sound and vision and so on; important controlling normal movement. And sensory functions during motion, for example plantar sensory functions during gait are also important in normal movement. We might improve movement pattern by using the characteristic of the normative neurological mechanism in all patients with abnormal movement.

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