2023
DOI: 10.3390/jvd2010006
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Vascular and Neural Response to Focal Vibration, Sensory Feedback, and Piezo Ion Channel Signaling

Abstract: Focal vibration therapy seeks to restore the physiological function of tissues and the nervous system. Recommendations for vibration settings, e.g., that could improve residual limb health and prosthesis acceptance in people with amputation, are pending. To establish a physiological connection between focal vibration settings, clinical outcomes, and molecular and neuronal mechanisms, we combined the literature on focal vibration therapy, vibrotactile feedback, mechanosensitive Piezo ion channels, touch, propri… Show more

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“…The results of the current case study offer further support that vibratory stimulation of the sense of touch has the potential to positively and systemically affect the central nervous system of people with transradial amputation with or without vision loss [26,32,58,59]. Sensory feedback from the prosthetic fingers and hand improved the manual dexterity of the myoelectric multi-grip prosthetic hand by improving grasping ability and coordination in a person with transradial amputation and concomitant vision loss.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 65%
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“…The results of the current case study offer further support that vibratory stimulation of the sense of touch has the potential to positively and systemically affect the central nervous system of people with transradial amputation with or without vision loss [26,32,58,59]. Sensory feedback from the prosthetic fingers and hand improved the manual dexterity of the myoelectric multi-grip prosthetic hand by improving grasping ability and coordination in a person with transradial amputation and concomitant vision loss.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 65%
“…However, this approach does not provide spatial information, which is needed to improve grasping, holding, and releasing objects, while also reducing reliance on visual control [11,26,27]. In addition to improved prosthetic dexterity, somatosensory feedback for people with upper-limb amputation has been shown to improve the utility and acceptance of the prosthesis, thus increasing social participation and quality of life [11,26,28], as well as treating the perception of pain in amputated areas of the limb, known as phantom limb pain [26,[29][30][31][32].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Accordingly, this has only been evidenced visually, as per Luangrath et al (2022) through a virtual hand. However, we evidence that this also occurs from vibrotactile feedback given that vibrations are a form of stimulation (Eid & Al Osman, 2016;Penasso et al, 2023;Radhakrishnan et al, 2023). Third, the results evidence how vibrotactile feedback influences consumer decision making, potentially reconciling highlighted conflicts in extant literature (e.g., Hampton & Hildebrand, 2020;Manshad & Brannon, 2021), where these effects varied across product categories and individual differences in need for touch.…”
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confidence: 61%
“…Past research shows that vibrations increase task efficacy, such as balancing (Ballardini et al, 2020), task precision (Pena et al, 2019), and object manipulation (Stepp et al, 2012). Vibrations, a proximal cue, are effective at focusing attention because they are highly stimulating (Eid & Al Osman, 2016;Penasso et al, 2023;Radhakrishnan et al, 2023). In particular, former research investigating vibrations highlights control as a means to these benefits.…”
Section: The Sense Of Touch and Perceived Control As A Facilitator Of...mentioning
confidence: 99%
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