The Effect of Eye-Hand Coordination Device on Coordination in Subjects with in-Coordination
Coordination or coordinated movement is the ability to execute smooth, accurate, controlled motor responses. The ability to produce these motor responses is a complex process dependent on a fully intact neuromuscular system. Nowadays there are Fewer Devices Which can help in Gaining Eye-Hand Coordination. Objectives: To compare the effect of eye-hand coordination device and conventional Physiotherapy in eye-hand coordination for subjects with in-coordination. Materials and Method: The subjects in Krishna University campus were screened and 44 subjects were divided into 2 groups i.e Group A subjects were given Conventional Physiotherapy for coordination training and Group Eye-Hand Coordination Device along with given Conventional Physiotherapy for coordination training. The interpretation of the study was done on the basis of comparing pre-test and post-test assessment of NCT grading and FMA-UE.
Result: Intra group comparison results showed that NCT grading and FMA-UE scale were statistically significant in both the groups (p<0.0001). Whereas the intergroup comparison results showed that Eye-Hand Coordination The device along with Conventional physiotherapy was statistically significant in improving NCT score (p=0.0021) and FMA-UE score (p=0.0001) than only Conventional Physiotherapy alone for Eye-hand In-coordination.
Conclusion: The Eye-Hand Coordination Device was Significantly effective when Given With Conventional Physiotherapy For treating In-coordination and improvement in coordination. Conventional Physiotherapy is also effective in treating in-coordination, but after certain duration of treatment, the patient starts getting adapted and chances of achieving the plateau phase
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