Head and neck position sense using a memory-driven joint position matching study

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PubDate: August 2017

Teams: Temple University

Writers: Rebecca K. Robins; Gregory Teodoro; W. Geoffrey Wright

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Abstract

This study aimed to determine the acuity of head and neck position sense in a novel joint position matching paradigm using a head-mounted virtual reality display. The results show that the head-neck position sense acuity of healthy adults is generally within three degrees on matching trials and that acuity increases as the joint angle increases.

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