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研究生(外文):Yu-Hsuan, Lu
論文名稱(外文):A Study Comparing the Influence of the Use of Arch Socks and Kinesio Taping on Change in Arch Index Before/After Exercise
外文關鍵詞:foot arch supportsfoot archadhesive tapingflat foot
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方法:受測者為健康成年人,每位受測者皆須參與三種介入:一般襪子組、足弓襪組以及貼紮組,貼紮方式為modified reverse6及low dye此兩種方式同時使用,每次測試採一種介入並間隔一周。每次測試皆須測量介入後的立即效果及運動10分鐘後的效果,三週完成收案,數據呈以足弓指數(Arch index)表示。
結果:18位受試者裸足測試(10女8男),使用配對樣本T檢定(雙尾檢定)分析每組運動前後之比較及單因子變異數分析各組組間差異,各組運動前後之比較均無顯著差異,有顯著差異(P<0.05)的為運動前三組組間之差異(p<0.001)及運動後三組組間之差異(p=0.001),使用事後分析(Post Hoc)運動前一般襪組及足弓襪組 (p<0.001)、一般襪組及貼紮組 (p=0.007)以及運動後一般襪組及足弓襪組 (p=0.001)、一般襪組及貼紮組 (p=0.023)。
Background: Foot arch is composed of bone, ligament and muscles, can provide moderate elasticity to absorb the ground reaction force. Athletes who frequently take up high-intensity exercise or jumping activities tend to experience lower arches. The frequently used insert combined with shoe, but athletes may feel limited or uncomfortable during exercise and thus further develop others, such as taping and arch socks. While past studies have investigated the influence of taping with lower arches, no study has looked into the use of arch socks and the influence on arch index. Aim: To compare the influence before/after exercise from a change of the arch index using different methods, such as general socks, arch socks, and kinesio taping.
Method: The subjects are healthy adults; subject received three tests, including one test of general socks, one test of arch socks, and one test of kinesio taping. This study randomized the order of the tests, and the subjects received each test at an interval of one week. During each test, the subjects stood on Zebris FDM-S with one foot to measure their plantar contact area. Afterwards, the subjects ran on a treadmill of their own choice at a comfortable speed for 10 minutes, and then their plantar contact area was measured immediately, compared the differences and changes in the arch index.
Results: A total of 18 subjects (10 female and 8 male) participated in this study. This study performed a paired sample t-test and one way ANOVA, there was no significant difference between before and after exercise, with results showing that there was a statistically significant difference in the arch index between groups before exercise(p<0.001), between groups after exercise (p=0.001), among subjects wearing general socks versus arch socks before exercise (p<0.001), wearing general socks versus kinesio taping before exercise (p=0.007), wearing general socks versus arch socks after exercise (p=0.001) and wearing general socks versus kinesio taping after exercise (p=0.023).
Discussion & Conclusion: Compared to general socks, arch socks and kinesio taping both reduced the arch index before/after exercise, suggesting that improved of the arch. In this study, the effect of arch socks was better than those of general socks and kinesio taping. Clinically, subjects with lower arches are advised to consider wearing arch socks for exercise. Future studies may increase the sample size to provide more clinical evidence
口試委員簽名單 I
指導教授簽名單 II
摘要 III
致謝 VII
表次 X
圖次 XI
第一章、緒論 1
第一節 足弓及足部簡介 1
第二節 扁平足之探討 2
第三節 研究背景與動機 4
第四節 研究目的 6
第五節 研究假說 7
第六節 操作型定義及名詞解釋 8
第二章、文獻探討 9
第一節 貼紮方法與材料 9
第二節 足弓襪 11
第三節 足弓指數( Arch index )之採集 12
第三章、研究方法與材料 13
第一節 研究對象 13
第二節 測量儀器與變項 14
第三節 介入 15
第四節 施測流程 16
第五節 研究設計 17
第六節 統計分析 18
第四章、結果 19
第一節 基本資料及數據 19
第二節 運動前後各組數據 20
第五章、討論 21
第一節 各組介入後對足弓指數的影響 21
第二節 將足型分類後的結果 24
第三節 研究限制 26
第四節 臨床應用與未來方向 28
第六章、結論 29
第七章、重要參考文獻 30
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