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Propriocetion

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Sebastian Edtinger

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Compression therapy- injury prevention ?
CIRC Meeting 2017, Chiemsee

Proprioception
the Propriomed Study
What is known
wearable compression

Components necessary:
- neuromuscular spindle
- Golgi tendon organ
- joint capsule structures
Proprioception
- proprio -> slef
- recipere -> recognition
necessary
deep sensibility
equilibrium organ
haptic perception
What do you do?
S. Edtinger 1
/ J. Herfert 2/ Y. Landkammer 2/ R. Bernecker 2 / A. Moder 3


1) GESUNDHEITSZENTRUM BÄRENHOF, Bad Gastein, AUSTRIA

3) INSTITUTE of PHYSICAL MEDICINE and REHABILITATION, SALK and PARACELSUS MEDICAL UNIVERSITY Salzburg, AUSTRIA
2) INSTITUTE for INBORN ERRORS of METABOLISM and DEPARTMENT of PEDIATRICS, PARACELSUS MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, Salzburg, AUSTRIA

and what about proprioception?
Effects of Compression Textiles on Performance Enhancement and Recovery
B. Sperlich1, 2, D.-P. Born3, M. Haegele3, C. Zinner2, 3, H.-C. Holmberg4, 2
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0031-1273337 Sportverl Sportschad 2011; 25:227-234 © Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart ∙ New York ∙ISSN 0932-0555

37 studies dealing with compression textiles

power- elasticity- speed
significant improvement of jumping height
less fatigue
improved proprioception
endurance sport activities
significant increase of submaximum oxygen uptake
as well as maximum oxygen uptake
lowering of blood lactate
improved subjective comfort
techno motor driven skills

significant improvement
- muscle power after excentric load
- reposition of specific joint angle position
- optimized efficiency after excessive muscle load
supporting regeneration
fast Lactate degradation due to increased perfusion
lower overall lactate parameters after stress
body temperature increased
significant reduction of sore muscles
significant reduction of muscle swelling
microtraumata slightly decreased
significant lower Creatinkinase parameter
regain
max muscle force
max sprint power
max jump height
improving sprintpower
improving jump height
elongate duration to fatigue
raise body temperature
compression clothing during physical exercise:
the goal:
evaluate proprioceptive potential
evaluate the change using
CEP compression socks
Genumedi knee braces
therapy and practice device

plate 12 kg, 60cm x 60 cm
mounted on 15cm steel wires at 8 spots
variable unstable adjustment
lower sensitivity with 4 free wires used

motion sensor
in two planes (x,y)
timeline resolution 100 Hz
distance resolution 0,1mm
fail
unloaded leg touches ground or equipment
arms leave hips
supporting leg moves
practice 3 times on each leg - no compression
test barefooted
test Genumedi knee brace
test CEP compression sock

exhausting exercise wallsit
only one of the following
retest barefooted
retest Genumedi knee brace
retest CEP compression sock

duration to stabilize 10 seconds

out of five valid attempts top score
and lowest score dismissed

is the dominance of any relevance
the probants report positive sensation with the CEP compression sock
sports activity/week of any importance
different learning curve
after muscle exhaustion seemingly better with CEP compression sock
is it possible to raise proprioceptive ability
which compression is to favour
better proprioception after exhausting stress
therefore lower risk of injury
Posturomed
proband
n = 24 (m=9/ f=15)
mean age = 32,3 yrs. of age (21-58)
right handed n= 20
left handed n= 4
sports activity/ week = 5,1 (0-12) hrs.
no trauma the past 6 Months
prior test two days without excessive exercise
position

crane position
unloaded leg in 90° angle
foot in dorsal extension
both hands on the hips
measuring process
first ideas
findings
significant improvement of postural tasks with Genumedi knee brace
and CEP compression sock vs. barefooted setting

no significant difference between Genumedi knee brace
and CEP compression sock

no significant difference between dominant and non dominant leg

there is an effect of physical activity on the effectiveness
of postural support
repeated measures &
Fisher LSD Test
used for statistic analysis
seperate slope analysis
used to evluate influence of physical activity
future thoughts
chance to reduce trauma incidence
tool for prevention and injury prophylaxis

the big question
how does the result change after
physical activity/ exhaustion
Thank you very much, see you in Bad Gastein, Austria
Helth center Bärenhof
www.baerenhof.at
contact: Dr. Edtinger@baerenhof.at
green : dominant - red: non dominant
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