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Proprioception


What is proprioception?

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Proprioception refers to sensations from joints, muscles, and connective tissues that underlie body awareness. Sensory nerve endings can provide our brain with the information of the limb position.

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Proprioception is different to touch sensory input. This is because with proprioception the sensory information is coming from our muscles and joints, not our skin.

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Our proprioceptive system helps us to:

✔️Know where our limbs (arms and legs) are.

✔️Grade our force and speed of movement.

✔️Maintain our muscle tone.

✔️Maintain our balance.

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If you have poor proprioception after an injury or surgery, you may have difficulty with basic functional mobility, lose balance on unsteady surfaces, and you're at greater risk of falling.

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❗️If you feel like your proprioception is off, you should contact a specialist.

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After the meeting with a physical therapist or personal trainer, you probably will have to start doing exercises to help improve your balance and proprioception, like single-leg stance, BOSU steps, The T-Stance balance exercise, BAPS board.

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📥If you need more advice on your problem with proprioception, contact us, we're the team of talented brain specialists, so we can help you optimize your health.

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