Task, muscle and frequency dependent vestibular control of posture

@inproceedings{Forbes2014TaskMA,
  title={Task, muscle and frequency dependent vestibular control of posture},
  author={Patrick A. Forbes and Gunter P Siegmund and Alfred C. Schouten and J P Blouin},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
The vestibular system is crucial for postural control; however there are considerable differences in the task dependence and frequency response of vestibular reflexes in appendicular and axial muscles. For example, vestibular reflexes are only evoked in appendicular muscles when vestibular information is relevant to postural control, while in neck muscles they are maintained regardless of the requirement to maintain head on trunk balance. Recent investigations have also shown that the bandwidth… CONTINUE READING
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