2006 年 6 巻 p. 39-42
We report on physical therapy and its evaluation in patients with impaired deep sensation. Evaluation in physical therapy should be performed not only in the static states but also in the situations and postures causing abnormal actions. In physical therapy, treatment with the patient being aware (use of feedback such as that by visual sensation) provides clues that improve problems. For improvement in impaired deep sensation and recovery of motor function, their association should be considered, and the induction of normal actions is important.