postural imbalance

postural imbalance,

n any condition wherein optimal distribution of body mass is not achieved or maintained.
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In fact, it is the most common cause of postural imbalance in the elderly.
Brandt T, Krafczyk S and Malsbenden I (1981): Postural imbalance with head extension: Improvement by training as a model for ataxia therapy.
On neurological examination the patient had an abnormal gait with postural imbalance and a tendency to fall.
Not only did the pain subside, but the man's postural imbalance was restored, as well,
Former skipper Tony Adams has been a patient for the man who explains his work by saying: "I work on postural imbalance, which puts the muscular chain out of order.
An outpatient physical exam in late August 1989 revealed no evidence of a "lead line" on his gums, anemia, peripheral neuropathy, postural imbalance, or other abnormality.
According to Titus, most back pain stems from postural imbalance, an almost unavoidable symptom of today's sedentary lifestyle.
Poor breathing can result in less oxygenation of brain and boy tissues, as well as pain, postural imbalances, and mood disorders.
Therefore core conditioning is vital to allow us to move and function more efficiently and also aid in the quest for injury prevention through correcting postural imbalances.
Postural imbalances as long-term sequelae of severe TBI may not be surprising given that balance involves a complex interaction of sensory, motor, and musculoskeletal systems.
Over time that can lead to muscular and postural imbalances in the neck, shoulders and upper back.