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Title: ハイハイの経験は立位姿勢に影響するか?
Other Titles: Does Crawling Experience Influence Infants’ Standing Posture?
Authors: 夏迫, 歩美 / 鶴崎, 俊哉
Authors (alternative): Natsuzako, Ayumi / Tsurusaki, Toshiya
Issue Date: 23-Jun-2017
Publisher: 理学療法科学学会 / Society of Physical Therapy Science
Citation: 理学療法科学, 32(3), pp.351-354; 2017
Abstract: 〔目的〕後方視的にハイハイ実施状況を調査し,幼児の立位姿勢との関係を明らかにすることとした.〔対象と方法〕保育園に通う3 歳から6 歳の幼児で,特に整形外科学的・神経学的な疾患を指摘されていない38 名を対象に,ハイハイの有無,ハイハイ開始やつかまり立ち開始の月齢などについて質問紙調査を保護者に対して実施した.また幼児の自然な立位姿勢をビデオ撮影し,骨盤傾斜角度と股関節の内外旋を評価した.〔結果〕ハイハイ実施状況によって骨盤傾斜角度に差異はなかったが,ハイハイしなかった児やつかまり立ちが先行していた児には股関節内旋位の立位姿勢を示す児が多かった.〔結語〕ハイハイは股関節肢位に影響している可能性がある.
Description: [Purpose] We made a retrospective study of infants’ crawling experience to clarify its relationship with their standing posture. [Subjects and Methods] We conducted a questionnaire survey of the guardians of 38 infants with no history of orthopedic or neurologic disorders, who were aged between 3 and 6, and were attending a kindergarten. The survey items were: crawling history (yes or no), and the starting ages in months of crawling and standing while using support. The infants standing postures were captured on video, and pelvic tilt and hip internal and external rotation were assessed. [Results] Pelvic tilt was unaffected by crawling history, but the majority of infants with no history of crawling and those who stood using support before crawling had a standing posture showing internal rotation of the hip joint. [Conclusion] There is a possibility that crawling experience affects hip joint position.
Keywords: ハイハイ / 乳児 / 立位姿勢 / development / motor learning / crawling motion
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/37663
ISSN: 13411667
DOI: 10.1589/rika.32.351
Rights: © 2017 by the Society of Physical Therapy Science
Type: Journal Article
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