A postural perturbation refers to unexpected change in conditions that upsets the body's harmony and displaces its posture. These perturbations can be sensory in nature, such as vestibular perturbations resulting from electrical stimulation, visual perturbations caused by a moving room or graphical images, or somatosensory perturbations caused by muscle vibrations. The body's reactions to these sensory perturbations may be based on the perception of instability rather than actual imbalance. Trunk control plays a vital role in various aspects of daily life, including balance, walking, and overall functional abilities. Children with cerebral palsy (CP), who experience limitations in their ability to move, often expend more energy compared to their healthy peers.
Lahore, Punjab 54000, Pakistan
Kids that suffer from cerebral palsy.
Ages span from 5 to 10 years.
Both males and females were represented.
During the preceding half-year, there was no orthopedic surgery or spasticity-reduction intervention.
No significant lower limb muscular contraction
Individuals suffering from sensory, proprioceptive, cognitive, and perceptual impairments, as well as those with contractures.
Any neurological disease that impairs balance, including orthopedic disorders
Individual experiencing seizures and has undergone any prior surgical treatments.
Uncorrected visual issues
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