Basic Principles Of Balance Training In Rehabilitation

It is important for us to know that having a good balance is because a person with good balance is not easy to wrestle in daily life. In sports, injuries can be reduced. A well-balanced person can walk. Stable and stable posture can enhance the overall image. In addition, if we enhance our balance, we can improve the connection of the nervous system, improve the health of the body, and improve concentration.

What about those who have poor balance? There are five main aspects to the basic principles of balance training in rehabilitation:

1) The principle of low to high center of gravity, the body's center of gravity gradually increases with the change of training position, and the difficulty of training increases. Can do the first supine position training, and gradually transition to sitting position, single knee position, knee position, and then progress to standing position.

2) The principle of static balance to dynamic balance. Train it first to sit alone or stand alone. When the patient has a good static balance, train the dynamic balance. At this point, the trainer needs to push or pull the patient from the front, back, and side positions to lose static balance to induce dynamic balance.

3) The principle of supporting area from large to small. It can be gradually transitioned from the most stable position to the most unstable position. At the beginning, the support surface is large or the position with more aids is used for training. When the stability is improved, the use of the support surface and the auxiliary device is reduced.

4) The principle of gradually increasing the complexity of training. You can start the training of the lower limbs and then gradually transition to the unilateral lower limbs. When training, you need to balance the training.

5) The principle of gradual progress. Develop appropriate training programs based on the specific circumstances of each patient.