A technique to control the effect of a spinal support for sitting in patients with a neuromuscular spinal deformity
Keywords:neuromuscular spinal deformity, corset for sitting, methodology of the study
AbstractThe use of the authors’ integrated technique with a simultaneous analysis of photos during measurement of the basis vectors of support reactions in patients with neuromuscular diseases in a sitting position by means of basometry makes it possible to assess the results achieved by use of rehabilitation techniques.
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