Child attitude check event postscript

7On Sunday, November 18th, we held a children's posture check event.  From 4 to 13 years old, 28 children participated! We started to announce that many people participated even though it was 4 weeks ago. I think that it is a result that there are many parents who are concerned about the posture and walking of the child. The tests were performed on how-to (video analysis of walking lanes) and a vHIT test and an infrared-based nystrial test by a specialist. *vHIT(video Head Impulse Test)is an inspection that can evaluate all the left and right canals by attaching a high-speed camera and an accelerometer. In addition, by performing a nysitary examination with an infrared CCD camera, it is possible to check whether there are any abnormalities in the inner ear (tricephaly canal or otolith).  As a result, the vHIT test was positive 0 persons, but the infrared nystrial test showed nystrial in 6 people. There are no major problems with this nystrocies, so I would like to keep an eye on them in the future.  As a consideration, children with modern posture deterioration and inner crotch walking think that there is some problem somewhere in the functional neural network from the lower limbs and trunk to the sight, equilibrium sense, and the vestibular cerebellum to the cerebrum.  In addition, I would like to continue researching the mechanism of improving the inner crotch by actually treating the cervical spine with chiropractic and balancing the entire body. Thank you to all parents and children who participated in the hot weather from the morning. Thank you very much to the teachers of the Otorhinolaryngology and Otolaryngology And Ears Team at St. Marianna University Hospital!  We will continue collaboration research with otolaryngology teachers in the future! I will do my best not to lose to the passion of the ear team teachers! Language This page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.

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