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Critical Reviews™ in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
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Critical Reviews™ in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine

DOI: 10.1615/CritRevPhysRehabilMed.2020031111
pages 375-383

The Effect of a 4-Week Wobble Board Training Program on Proprioceptive Acuity

Jacqueline Raymond
The University of Sydney, Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney, Australia
Claire Hiller
The University of Sydney, Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney, Australia

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Background: Wobbleboard (WB) training is frequently used in the rehabilitation of ankle sprains, and improvement in proprioception is considered to underpin training success.
Aim: To determine if proprioceptive acuity, measured as inversion/eversion movement detection, improved with WB training in participants with chronic ankle instability (CAI).
Method: Thirty-two participants with CAI, defined as recurrent ankle sprain, were randomly allocated to either a WB training group (n = 16) or a non-training control group (n = 16). Participants in the WB training group trained for 12 minutes, twice daily, for 4 weeks. Proprioceptive acuity was measured before and after the training intervention or control period as the 70% detection threshold of passive inversion and eversion movements imposed at the ankle joint. Propriocep-tive acuity was measured at three velocities (0.1, 0.5, and 2.5 degrees/sec [deg/s]). The change in proprioceptive acuity from pre- to posttest at each velocity was compared between groups by independent t-test.
Results: WB training significantly improved proprioceptive acuity at 0.1 deg/sec compared to a non-training control (mean change WB group: -1.1 ± 0.92 deg/s, control group: -0.2 ± 0.53 deg/s, P = 0.002). However, there was no significant difference between the groups at either 0.5 deg/s or 2.5 deg/s.
Conclusion: A 4-week WB training program improved proprioceptive acuity in the inversion/eversion direction only at the slowest velocity. This may reflect a training specificity effect rather than an overall proprioceptive change.

Ключевые слова: proprioception, balance training, ankle joint

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