About eye movement and inner thigh gait In the examination performed by children with internal thighs, a reflex called vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) may be examined. I will explain why the test is related to inner thighs. In the body, (1) Vision: Information on the surroundings by visual perception (2) Vestibular sensation: information on acceleration and rotation from the vestibular semicircular canals in the ear (3) Somatosensory: Information such as body tilt and muscle tension due to deep perception in muscles (limbs, neck, etc.) and tendons These three pieces of information are used in the central(Brainstem or cerebellum)By adjusting in a hurry, the posture and movement of the body are balanced (sense of balance) If these information are misaligned and do not match, the body will not be balanced well, and you will fall into the illusion that you are moving even though your body is not moving. We believe that this also affects children's sense of balance and gait. One test to see if these adjustments are working is the vestibular ocular reflex (VOR). About vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) Eye movement is not large.，Exercise to prevent the target from deviating from the fovea of the retina in the eyeball with respect to movement of the body or head，Movement for the visual object to form an image in the fovea of the retina，and others. This eye movement is performed in children with inward thighs called vestibular ocular reflex (VOR). This reflex is an eye movement that keeps the object of view in the fovea of the retina when moving the body or head. This reflex looks at whether you can continue to gaze at an object even if you move your head while gazing at it. This is，It is due to the vestibular ocular reflex，It is realized by the movement of the eyeball opposite to the direction of movement of the head. As the name means，Based on signals from the vestibular apparatus located in the inner ear，The direction and magnitude of eye movements are controlled by reflexes. Vestibular oculomotor reflex (VOR) test method An easy way to do it at home is to ask your children to look at a sticker on the wall, turn their face 10 times to the left or right, and tell them to keep their eyes on the sticker. At this time, try to straighten your back in a standing position and try not to move your body. If you have symptoms such as dizziness or feeling sick, do not overdo it. (If your eyes and face move together, this reflex may not be working well.) However, in the lower grades of elementary school, there are many children who cannot do well. We believe that the normal operation of this reflex also leads to the good coordination of posture control of children, so we are training children to improve posture control so that this error is eliminated. *What is posture control?，The human central nervous system (CNS) regulates sensory information from other systems，Produces the right motor output，It is a term that describes how to maintain a controlled upright posture. The three main sensory systems involved in postural control and balance are (1) vision, (2) vestibular sensation, and (3) somatosensory. Language This page has been automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.