(Akdeniz Üniversites, Sağlık Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Hareket ve Antrenman Bölümü, Antalya, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2021Cilt: 27Sayı: 2ISSN: 2147-2653Sayfa Aralığı: 61 - 67İngilizce

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Postural Structure and Mechanic Syndromes Associated with Human Movement Physiology: A Traditional Review of Re-modelling Musculature
Postural musculature functioning emphasises the importance of dynamic actions in multiple motion stresses and the mechanical deficienciesof movement modelling. Human posture is a result of the distortion of space in different increments in static and dynamic conditions.Postural dysfunctions are caused by muscle tightness related to myofascicular stiffness. Herein, this traditional review explains the heat- andpain-induced syndromes, general mechanical deficiencies in muscle performance, and hypertrophy. Postural analysis shows the connection ofmotion system to biomechanics and kinesiology. Mechanical syndromes are caused by complex crossovers in the postural skeleton. Complexpostural muscles confirm isometric modelling for limb fixation according to the location of compartment. However, different movementpatterns in individualised exercises are inadequate and require further comparisons. Therefore, kinematic data regarding mechanicalsyndromes are limited. Moreover, this study shows how muscular performance should be involved in postural exercises. Postural musclestrength is the conditioning of the muscles in different working principles. Postural muscle dysfunctions should be analysed to compareatrophic characteristics. Current approaches present that postural analyses should be individualised to examine atrophic shortening andelongation because individuals have varied resistance and motion performance. This study aimed to explain development of mechanicalsyndromes to evaluate the indexes before postural exercises. These mechanical syndromes are presented in view of the longitudinal bodykinesiology involved in comprehensive exercises.
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