Intra-child crotch walking
2023October 2 -
内股歩行遠隔施術について 遠方のお子さんは、遠隔施術を行なっています。 内股で悩むお子さんが全国からいらしております。 海外の方で、一度も来れない場合を除き、ほとんどの方が初回来院され、身体の状態を詳しく検査した後、2回目から遠隔に切り替えるケースを推奨しています。 夏休みなどの長期休みの間に一度来院され、詳しく身体をチェック後にご自宅でご父兄のいらっしゃる時間にzoomオンラインで30分の内股チェックと施術＆トレーニングを実施しています。 初めからオンラインのお子さんもいらっしゃいます。その場合、初回は60分間、ご父兄の方にサポートしてもらいながら、しっかり検査し、施術・トレーニングを行います。 初回来院されたお子さんは、身体のチェックが済んでいますので、2回目以降は、内股歩行の原因と考えられる要素に対して施術やトレーニングで介入していきます。 オンラインでの利点は、ZOOMホワイトボードを使った説明がしやすい点や、録画した動画をすぐに見せられることにより子供達に、今どのような状態や姿勢なのかを視覚的に理解してもらいやすい点です。 今までに20名ぐらいのお子さんを遠隔で行なってきましたが、転ばなくなる、姿勢が改善する、足の痛みがなくなる、内股が改善するなど、対面と変わらない効果も出ています。 遠方の方でお悩みの方は是非、一度ご相談くださいませ。 早い時期での介入をおすすめ致します。 主宰 木津直昭Languageこのページは自動的に翻訳されました。元の内容と異なる場合がありますので、ご注意ください。
2023July 17, 2008
子供内股歩行アンケート解析 ★内股歩行研究センター相談フォームに寄せられた内股アンケートより （相談フォーム41名） ①年齢 ②性別 ③お子さんの悩み ④ぺちゃんこ座り率 今回は、上記４つの質問についての回答になります。 ①年齢 5歳以下が12名で一番多く、その他は5～7名の範囲でした。 ②性別 性別は、男の子30名 女の子11名と圧倒的に男の子が多い傾向にあります。 これは、来院される子供たちも同様で、女の子の内股には寛容なところがあると思われます。 ③お子さんのお悩み お子さんのお悩みは、41名全員が内股歩きと回答され、次によく転ぶと猫背が気になるが19名ずつでした。その他では、歩き方がおかしいと感じる子供が14名、扁平足が8名、足や膝に痛みなどあるが7名でした。この内股歩きの子供がよく転ぶのは、来院している子供たちも同様で自分の足に引っ掛けて転ぶ子供が多い傾向にあります。 ④ぺちゃんこ座り率 いつもしている、時々している、以前していたを含めると78％の子供たちがこのぺちゃんこ座りをしています。この確率も来院している子供たちも同率ぐらいですので、明らかに内股歩行とぺちゃんこ座りには相関があると言えると思います。 考察：今回1年前にスタートしたサイト上での相談アンケートでしたが、41名もの親御さんが回答してくれました。 この数字からも内股歩行で悩む子供たちが想像以上に多いことがわかりました。また、年齢は5歳以下が一番多かったのですが、これは来院患者より平均年齢が下がっているのは、5歳以下からも悩んでいる親御さんが、経過観察を2－3年して、変化なく来院されている子供が多いのではと？推測しております。 男女別は、来院される子供たちの同じ確率で男の子が多いのは、男の子の内股はより親御さんが心配する傾向があることを示していると思います。 お子さんのお悩みですが、41名全員が内股有りと回答されました。また、19名の方がよく転ぶ ＆ 姿勢が猫背と回答されました。内股歩行の子供たちはよく転びます。但し、来院した子供達に施術をしていると、すぐに施術効果がわかるのが『転ばなくなることです』。また逆に治りにくいの猫背です。この猫背の改善には、日頃の意識の改革が必要なのだと思います。歩き方がおかしいや扁平足、足や膝の痛みを感じている方も多一定数以上居られるのは、来院している子供達と同じです。その他で多かった悩みが反り腰や足をクロスして立つなどの声が寄せられました。最後にぺちゃんこ座りですが、前述したように、ぺちゃんこ座りは内股歩行の子供たちが座るときにやりやすい格好であることが、今回のアンケートからも明確化しました。 前回の来院された子供たちのぺちゃんこ座り率も高かったですが、今回も78％の子供達に見られているので、相関関係があると断定できるのではと思っております。 この他もアンケートでは質問に含めませんでしたが、寝方の特徴もあります。内股歩きの子供に多いのがうつ伏せ寝です。だからと言って上向寝だから内股歩行にならないというわけでもありません。この寝方との相関については、研究を続けて参ります。 末筆になりますが、 今回アンケートにお答え頂いた親御さんの皆様、ご協力のほど誠にありがとうございました。 木津直昭Languageこのページは自動的に翻訳されました。元の内容と異なる場合がありますので、ご注意ください。
Data of children with inner thighs who came to the hospital This time, I focused on sitting on Pechanko. Number of visits = 146 Male to female ratio = 77% male / female 23% 1 year old 2 2 3 years old 1 4 years old 5 5 years old 13 6 years old 19 7 years old 23 8 years old 34 9 years old 19 10 years old 15 11 years old 9 12 years old and over5 As for baechanko sitting, it was found that 70% of children sit baechanko, as shown in the graph above. However, even among the children who answered that they did not, when I actually sat on the floor, there were several children who sat on the floor or sat on one leg, so I think this number is actually about 75 ~ 80%. There were also a few people sitting in the hidden pechanko as follows. (Hidden pechanko sitting with lower leg going outward while thinking of sitting upright) Discussion: From this data, I think it is safe to judge that children who are prone to hip internal rotation (pechanko sitting habit) have a correlation with internal thighs. Also, I think that children with inner thighs should continue to be careful not to do this sitting, including one leg or hiding, in their childhood. Naoaki Kizu, Head of the Children's Inner Thigh Gait Research Center This page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.
2023June 11, 2010
We are focusing on the relationship between children's arm movements and inward walking! During walking, excitability of nerve pathways between extremities via spinal cord-specific neurons is thought to be activated. These results suggest that upper limb movement, which seems to have a low direct contribution to gaital movement, may actually contribute to the development of walking motor output. * Children's inner thigh walking training video ↓ Children's upper limbs and trunk Linkage function nerve training Further reading: Q. L. Xiong et al., “Motor Skill Development Alters Kinematics and Co-Activation Between Flexors and Extensors of Limbs in Human Infant Crawling,” in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and…
2023May 18, 2008
Case: Improvement of Kunekune inner thigh gait Case case: Elementary school 1st grade boy I was worried about my inner thigh from around the age of 2, and when I was 4 years old, water accumulated in the hip joint and pain developed, and I was examined by an orthopedic surgeon, but I was followed up, and then I was admitted to the hospital saying that my inner thigh gait was getting worse. When he was a baby, he grew up without getting high and high at all. Also, from early childhood, he sat down, and when he sat down, he became hunchbacked. When I analyzed the video, I had a strong impression of the inner thigh of the right foot. For details, please refer to "Case Case 9". Language This page has been automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.
Inner thigh gait and cervical spine stability In internal thigh walking, total intervention such as musculoskeletal system, functional nervous system, and sensory system is important as children grow! In particular, the stability of the cervical spine is essential for postural control. This is an important system not only for children's posture and gait, but also for adulthood. For example, dizziness(PPPD)It is also one of the reasons such as. What is posture control?，Regulate three sensory information such as visual, vestibular, and somatosensory，It is a term that describes how to maintain a controlled upright posture by producing proper motor output. Posture control is one of the basic motor skills for humans who walk upright on two legs. Without posture control, humans cannot even walk properly, let alone perform daily tasks. ========================== New Year's gift plan! Everyone who registers for LINE Official will receive a limited video as a gift. Those who send a message saying "gift" after registration will receive a straight neck self-care limited video! Please register this "Posture Master" LINE officially. We will post news and topics related to inward walking research! This year, we will continue to focus on research on children's inner thighs and propose what should be done during children's important periods. Thank you for your continued support of the Inner Thigh Walking Research Center this year! Representative Naoaki Kizu ========================= References: TANI Hiroaki HiROAKTIANI, MS, RPT Attitude Control Program of Postural Control Dept.ofPhysicalTherapy,Chiba CollegeofAlliedMedicalSciences: RigakuryohoKagaku 10 (3): 121-126, 1995. ReceivedJune 3, 1995.LanguageThis page has been automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original content.
2022December 11, 2010
About internal thigh gait and proprioception Proprioceptive receptors are located in muscles and joints. It is said that there are many receptors on the soles of the feet. This receptor matches the part used when walking, and you can see that it is particularly concentrated on the thumb. It is also the key to improving children's inner thighs. Proprioception is the sensation of feeling the position, movement, and force of one's body. It can be broadly divided into two roles. The first role is to regulate power. For example, it has the role of adjusting the force by applying a lot of force when holding a heavy object and gently when holding an easily fragile object such as an egg. The second role is to coordinate movement. For example, feeling the inclination of your body when balancing is mainly a function of vestibular sensation, but quickly adjusting muscles to avoid falling and maintaining posture is mainly a function of proprioception. These two are the main factors, but they also affect the role of maintaining one's posture, the role of enhancing one's own body awareness, and the ability to balance. There are examinations and training performed on children who walk inwardly, and there are tests in which they are asked to imitate their arms in front of their bodies with their eyes closed. At first, you may be asked to "raise it at shoulder height," and instead of raising it at shoulder height in front of your body, you may raise it diagonally forward or higher than your shoulders. However, there are not many people who raise their arms so much that they banzai. This is because "proprioception" tells us the position information of the shoulder joint. Written by: Naoaki Kizu This page was automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.
2022December 5, 2010
■What is inward walking? Inward walking is a state in which the foot axis is always facing inward with respect to a straight line in the direction of walking or traveling. The femur, lower leg, and talus neck become adults while their twisting changes as they grow. Normally, with growth, the angle of the anterior sprain of the femur decreases, the lower leg rotates outward, and the angle of the talus cervical angle decreases the angle of adduction. This affects the growth and twist of each skeletal system depending on the child's behavior, sleeping position, sitting habits, and play limb position during the growth process of gross movement from childhood, and is finally expressed as the orientation of the foot when walking. In addition, prolonged gaming and study may affect the development of functional nerves, and as a result, postural control may not function well. Chart of the mechanism of internal thigh walking ■ Errors in gross movement (shortcut) Gross exercise is the movement of the body that is the foundation of daily life in the baby's growth stage, such as raising the body, standing up, sitting, maintaining posture, walking, and running. Motor nerves transmitted from the brain start from the head, go to the legs, and then from top to bottom. The order in which the baby can move is also in the order → the head → the wedge→ the arms→ the back→ the hips. Along with this trend, the gross exercise that can be done will also develop. As a result, sensory integration takes place. In this flow, an error is, for example, standing without high-climbing is like moving to the next step without using your arms much, so sensory integration may not work well. * What is sensory integration? Human senses have five senses.(Touch, sight, hearing, taste, smell)In addition to proprioception, proprioception(Sensation of muscle expansion and contraction and joint movement), vestibular satoru(Sensations such as balance, balance, and speed of the body)There are a total of seven sensations. Sensory integration is the arrangement and classification of these seven senses that are trying to enter the body one after another. Next time, I will explain about "proprioception" in this sensory integration. Written by: Naoaki Kizu This page was automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.
2022In October 23.
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.
2022September 18, 2010
Habits of children with internal thighs The number of visits to the hospital of children with internal thighs has increased rapidly in the past year or two. We provide counseling on the characteristics of children's growth processes, and we have found that they are common to children with inward thighs. As I mentioned before, 80% of children from the survey results showed that "Pechanko sitting" has been the same result since then. Other characteristics that are worrisome are the high-high period and the time of standing. In addition, we ask about gymnastics, sports, and cram schools that we have been doing since childhood in chronological order. Everyone has something in common every day. And game time, study time at home, sleep time and how to sleep. We haven't got any data yet, but one of the things that I am particularly concerned about is how to sleep. It has become clear that there are many children who sleep face down in this way of sleeping. This prone sleep is thought to be due to the remnants of primitive reflexes. Prone sleeping forces plantar flexion against the ankle. This plantar flexion may be related to inward walking. I don't think there is a problem when these children are tossing and turning a lot, but I think that measures are necessary for children who are fixed to sleep face down. One of the countermeasures is a pillow. Although it is still in the research stage, we believe that the use of the children's pillow "Game Sleep" developed this time will increase upward sleeping. We have also heard from mothers of children who actually use game sleep, who have commented that they are sleeping face down and are sleeping upward. We expect that sleeping with game sleep exercises and game sleep will lead to the correction of prone sleeping. Written by: Naoaki Kizu About the Inner Thigh Walking Research Center: We specialize in the study and treatment of children's gait and inner thighs. Many children come to our clinic with problems such as "strange walking", "children often fall", "inward walking", and "sloppy walking". We perform a musculoskeletal and mechanistic neurological approach to "inner thigh-walking" to fundamentally improve the state according to the natural growth of the child. Language This page has been automatically translated. Please note that it may differ from the original contents.