O papel dos sistemas visual, vestibular, somatosensorial e auditivo para o controle postural

  • Ana Francisca Rozin Kleiner Mestre, Biodinâmica da Motricidade Humana, Linha de Pesquisa: Controle e Coordenação de Habilidades Motoras, Unesp, Rio Claro-SP, Brasil. / Doutoranda em Biomecânica, Laboratório de Instrumentação para Biomecânica, Faculdade de Educação Física – FEF da Universidade de Campinas – Unicamp, Campinas, Brasil
  • Diana Xavier De Camargo Schlittler Mestre, Biodinâmica da Motricidade Humana, Linha de Pesquisa: Controle e Coordenação de Habilidades Motoras, Unesp, Rio Claro-SP, Brasil.
  • Mónica Del Rosário Sánchez Arias Mestre, Biodinâmica da Motricidade Humana, Linha de Pesquisa: Controle e Coordenação de Habilidades Motoras, Unesp, Rio Claro-SP, Brasil/ Assistente de professor, Faculdade de Fisioterapia da Universidade Del Rosário, Bogotá, Colombia.
Palavras-chave: Postura, Sistema Nervoso, Órgãos dos Sentidos

Resumo

A manutenção de uma determinada orientação corporal é obtida a partir do complexo relacionamento entre informação sensorial e atividade muscular. Desta forma, o objetivo deste estudo foi revisar o papel das informações visuais, somatossensoriais, vestibulares e auditivas para manutenção e controle postural. Método. foi realizada uma busca nas bases de dados CAPES e PubMed, nos últimos 24 anos, com as seguintes palavras-chave: postural control, sensory information, vestibular system, visual system, somatosensory system, auditory system e haptic system. Resultados. foram analisadas a influência de cada sistema sensorial, bem como sua integração para a manutenção e controle postural. Conclusão. a literatura apontou que existe uma redundância nas informações fornecidas pelos canais sensoriais. Assim, o sistema nervoso central escolhe a fonte principal para controlar a postura.

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2011-06-30
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Kleiner, A. F. R., Schlittler, D. X. D. C., & Sánchez Arias, M. D. R. (2011). O papel dos sistemas visual, vestibular, somatosensorial e auditivo para o controle postural. Revista Neurociências, 19(2), 349-357. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2011.v19.8382
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