Farklı Dans Türlerinin Denge, Eklem Pozisyon Hissi ve Fonksiyonel Performans Üzerine Olan Etkilerinin Karşılaştırılması
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Hazımoğlu, P., Comparison of the Effects of Different Dance Types on Balance, Joint Position Sense and Functional Performance, Hacettepe University, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Master Thesis of Orthopedic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Program, Ankara, 2020. The aim of this study is to compare the effects of salsa and folk dances on static and dynamic balance, joint position sense at different angles and functional performance. 15 folk dancers (22,60 ± 1,84 years), 15 salsa dancers (22,66 ± 2,28 years) and 15 sedentary individuals (23,40 ± 1,72 years) were included in the study. Static balance was evaluated with Flamingo Balance Test (FBT) and Balance Error Scoring System (BESS), and dynamic balance was evaluated with Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT). The knee joint position sense (JPS) was evaluated actively at 30 °, 60 °, and 90 ° angles and analyzed with the MATLAB program. Under functional performance title, explosive force was evaluated by Vertical Jump Test (VJT), reaction rate was evaluated by Nelson Foot Reaction Test and agility was evaluated by Burpee Test. In addition, Time Up and Go Test (TUG) and 10 Steps Up-Down Test were performed. The groups were found to be similar in FDT and all aspects of SEBT. When DHPS results were examined, there was no significant difference between the groups in most subtitles of the test, whereas showed a significant difference in favor of salsa dancers tandem posture in flat floor and flat floor total (p <0.05). In the 30 ° and 60 ° JPS evaluations, it was found that salsa dancers had better joint position sense (p <0.05), whereas JPS in 90 ° was similar between the groups (p> 0.05). VJT with only jump distances, TUG, Burpee Test and nondominant foot Nelson Foot Reaction Test was found different between the groups (p<0.05), whereas VJT assessed by Lewis Nomogram, 10 Steps Up-Down Test and dominant foot Nelson Reaction Test was similar (p>0.05). As a result of the study, it was concluded that dancers had better balance, JPS and functional performance than non-dancers and salsa dancers were better than folk dancers.