A compilation of published literature related to balance and mobility disorders, assessment and treatment strategies, and Computerized Dynamic Posturography studies. The bibliography provides listings of cited references only. Abstracts and/or full publications are not available through this web site or from Natus®.
Postural Control in Elderly Persons with Osteoporosis: Efficacy of an Intervention Program to Improve Balance and Muscle Strength: A randomized Controlled Trial
Controlling balance decline across the menopause using a balance- strategy training programL a randomized, controlled trial
Case report: a computerized balance training program to reduce fall risk in a community dwelling older adult with chronic stroke [abstract]
The effects of an ankle stretching program on balance in community dwelling older women
Reliance on visual information after stroke. Part II: Effectiveness of a balance rehabilitation program with visual cue deprivation after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
Back in balance: a balance retraining program keeps older adults on their feet
Effects of a sensory-challenge balance exercise program on multisensory reweighting and clinical balance measures in the fall-prone elderly [abstract]
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- Book, Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article, Conference Proceedings, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Magazine Article, Conference Proceedings
- SOT/Sensory Organization Test, Treatment/Rehabilitation/Training, Metric Study, Geriatrics, Falls/Falling, LOS/Limits of Stability, Assessment
The effect of a balance and strength training program on equilibrium in Parkinsonism: A preliminary study
Results of a 10 week community based strength and balance training programme to reduce fall risk factors: a randomised controlled trial in 65-75 year old women with osteoporosis
A new balance team Advance for Audiologists: Balance & Beyond
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The ability of CDP to differentiate among sensory and motor impairments, and the value of CDP information in improving outcomes has been demonstrated in a wide range of controlled studies covering patients with a variety of disorders affecting balance control.