Migrenli Bireylerde Duyusal Modülasyon Ve Duyu Temelli Nöromotor Performansın İncelenmesi
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Baştürk, S., Investigation of Sensory Modulation and Sensory-Based Neuromotor Performance in Individuals with Migraine, Hacettepe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Occupational Therapy Program Master Thesis, Ankara, 2020.This study examines the sensory processing skills and neuromotor performances of adolescents and adults with migraine and It was planned to examine the relationship between profiles and quality of life. Fifty individuals with migraine and 50 healthy individuals aged between 18-55, whose age and gender were matched, participated in the study. The Adolescent / Adult Sensory Profile questionnaire was used to evaluate the sensory processing skills of the individuals, the Clinical Observation of Neuromotor Performance questionnaire for the evaluation of neuromotor performance, and the SF 36 Quality of Life scale for the quality of life assessment. When the sensory processing skills of individuals with migraine were examined, a statistically significant difference was found in low registration, sensory sensitivity and sensory avoidance parameters compared to healthy individuals (p <0.05). When the sensory-based neuromotor performances of individuals with migraine were examined, a statistically significant difference was found in the parameters of postural difficulties, somatodyspraxia and visual controlled eye movements compared to healthy individuals (p <0.05). A statistically significant relationship was found between sensory processing processes and quality of life of individuals with migraine (p <0.05). According to our study results, sensory processing and neuromotor performance skills of individuals with migraine are affected and sensory processing skills of individuals with migraine affect their quality of life. In conclusion, occupational therapy approaches including modulation, discrimination and praxis problems are thought to be beneficial, as sensory integration problems are seen in individuals with migraine and these are seen to be associated with quality of life.