postural adaptation


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postural adaptation

The ability to maintain balance and remain upright during changes in position and challenges to stability.
See: control, postural
See also: adaptation
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chiropractic) to reverse ingrained postural adaptations.
In real sloped-roof environments, which are characterized by both high postural demands and high risk of injury from a fall, more attentional resources will be directed or redirected to the task of maintaining or restoring balance, especially in the initial period of workers' postural adaptation and in inexperienced workers.
However he encounters difficulties at the final testing, at the test for postural adaptation (T4) where he records 5 seconds on maintaining balance on unfavorite leg as support and 3 seconds on the other.