2006 年 6 巻 p. 15-19
Generally diseases which cause disorder of coordinated movement are cerebrovascular diseases, brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, spinal cerebellar and degeneration. Especially, many patients with cerebellum disease have disorders of coordinated movement. This paper describes the function of the cerebellum and disorders of coordinated movement. For physical therapy of disorder of coordinated movement we define the part of instability and provide compensatory fixation. Then, it is important that we facilitate the stabilized movement of patients in a functional setting.