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MODERNVIEWS OF POSTURE (a review of the literature)

Journal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.25, No. 1)

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Page : 149-156

Keywords : posture; osteopathic theory; muscle theory; genetic theory; myofascial meridians; syndrome postural deficit; global balance; sensory-motor learning; functional system;

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An analysis of russian and foreign literature, which shows changing perceptions about posture, starting from the point of view of mechanics (osteo-muscular theory) to look at posture as a biomechanical, neurophysiological and neuropsychiatric processes is presented. As the main domestic theories authors consider osteopathic posture, muscle and genetic theories. Among the foreign theories the most allocated the miofascial theory-special meridians Thomas Myers and Leopold Bjuske, postural deficiency syndrome, sensorimotor amnesia. Both domestic and foreign authors note the role of emotions in violation of posture. The article says about the possibility of learning good posture through capable of adaptation and improvement of automation movements. Align posture and balance are dynamic and adaptive options, and not static and fixed.

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