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Management of Balance and Mobility Disorders Bibliography

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®.

224 items found

Altered timing of postural reflexes contributes to falling in persons with chronic stroke

Exercise Leads to Faster Postural Reflexes, Improved Balance and Mobility, and Fewer Falls in Older Persons with Chronic Stroke

Use of the Dynamic Cisual Acuity Test as a screener for community-dwelling older adults who fall

Identifying Factors Associated With Falls in Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Survivors: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Computerized Dynamic Posturography in the Objective Assessment of Balance in Patients With Intermittent Claudication

Changes in balance, functional performance and fall risk following whole body vibration training and vitamin D supplementation in institutionalized elderly women. A 6 month randomized controlled trial

A Prospective Study of Alterations in Balance among Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Postural instability in idiopathic Parkinson’s disease: discriminating fallers from nonfallers based on standardized clinical measures.

Falls Among Older Persons and the Role of the Home: An Analysis of Cost, Incidence, and Potential Savings from Home Modification

Improvement in usual gait speed predicts better survival in older adults.

Effect of a group-based exercise program on balance in elderly.

The Relationship Between Falls History and Computerized Dynami Posturography in Persons With Balance and Vestibular Disorders

Sensorial organisation favouring higher visual contribution is a risk factor of falls in an occupational setting

[Evaluation of postural control systems in elderly patients with repeated falls][Article in Spanish]

A preliminary study of the effectiveness of an otolaryngology-based multidisciplinary falls prevention clinic.

Body weight is a strong predictor of postural stability.

Multifactorial assessment and targeted intervention for preventing falls and injuries among older people in community and emergency care settings: systematic review and meta-analysis.

Prevalence of sensory and cognitive disabilities and falls, and their relationships: a community-based study.

The effectiveness of a community-based program for reducing the incidence of falls in the elderly: a randomized trial

Older women with osteoporosis have increased postural sway and weaker quadriceps strength than counterparts with normal bone mass: overlooked determinants of fracture risk?

Postural balance in a random sample of 7,979 subjects aged 30 years and over.

Effects of combined proprioceptive and Vestibular training on balance control among elderly (poster)

Exercise in preventing falls and fall related injuries in older people: a review of randomised controlled trials.

Fall incidence in frail older women after individualized visual feedback-based balance training.

Age-dependent differences in the time course of postural control during sensory perturbations.

Case report: a computerized balance training program to reduce fall risk in a community dwelling older adult with chronic stroke [abstract]

Current physical activity improves balance control during sensory conflicting conditions in older adults.

Discriminant validity and diagnostic accuracy of fall risk assessement measures in adults with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy [abstract]

A Meta-Analysis of Fall Prevention Programs for the Elderly: How effective are they?

Improving vision to prevent falls in frail older people: a randomized trial.

Striatal dopamine denervation and sensory integration for balance in middle-aged and older adults

Balance score and a history of falls in hospital predict recurrent falls in the 6 months following stroke rehabilitation

A falls prevention screening, education and referral tool developed for front-line health care workers

Fall risk in an active elderly population–can it be assessed?

Muscle Quality, Aerobic Fitness and Fat Mass Predict Lower-Extremity Physical Function in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Is backward disequilibrium in the elderly caused by an abnormal perception of verticality? A pilot study.

Kenosha County falls prevention study: a randomized, controlled trial of an intermediate-intensity, community-based multifactorial falls intervention

Executive function is independently associated with performances of balance and mobility in community-dwelling older adults after mild stroke: implications for falls prevention

Balance confidence in community-dwelling older adult men

Reducing fear of falling in seniors through education and activity programs: a randomized trial.