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Comparative Study on Genders Regarding the Dynamic Balance Disorders in a School Age Population Segment
9th LUMEN International Scientific Conference Communicative Action & Transdisciplinarity in the Ethical Society
Balance is a function of the musculoskeletal system that is indispensable to the moor function because it ensures the stability of postures and the orientation of body movements in space. The sense of balance is complex and it allows the adjustment of the position of the head according to the body and of the position of the body according to the environment. Balance has two forms of adaptive reactions: dynamic balance and static balance. This paper aims to identify the possible disorders of thedoi:10.18662/lumproc.04 fatcat:tmfz2njpzfcoxbr5jwdnlbavti