Is forward head posture relevant to autonomic nervous system function and cervical sensorimotor control? Cross sectional study

by Peter on January 26, 2020

HIGHLIGHTS: Forward head posture negatively affects cervical sensorimotor control. Forward head posture negatively affects the autonomic nervous system. There is strong correlation between the CVA and cervical sensorimotor outcomes. There is strong correlation between the CVA and skin sympathetic outcomes.

CONCLUSION: “We have identified a forward head posture is associated with abnormal autonomic nervous system function and disturbances of cervical sensorimotor control. This finding has important implications for the assessment and rehabilitation of these subjects.”

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