La posture naturelle ou standardisée: quelle orientation pour la rééducation ?

Discussion/conclusionIl existe une différence en termes de stabilité entre ces deux positions, et la position naturelle la plus stable pour les sujets s’organise de manière plus précise et plus sélective malgré un polygone de sustentation que peu modifié. En termes d’analyse de sujets pathologiques, cela semble déterminant pour une prise en charge thérapeutique appropriée et des exercices rééducatifs bien contrôlés.
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