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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®.

113 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

Postural Control after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Functional Rehabilitation

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

Effect of Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation on Human postural Responses During Support Sutface Translations

[Effects of running armored car on dynamic posture equilibrium]

Neurotologic findings in basilar migraine

Practical method of reporting test results in neurotologic disorders

Balance retraining in a hemiparetic patient using center of gravity biofeedback: a single case study

Platform training and postural stability in hemiplegia

Changes in posture control across the life span- a systems approach

Cochlear implantation after labyrinthectomy

White matter abnormalities in mobility-impaired older persons

Changes in balance performance in physically active elderly people aged 73-80

Initial evidence for the mixing and soft assembly of the ankle, suspensory, and hip muscle patterns

Clinical evaluation of the EquiTest system in peripheral vestibular patients

Postural responses to translation of support surface in patients with vestibular disorders

Influence of CSF tapping on equilibrium in hydrocephalus

The effect of shoe lifts on static and dynamic postural control in individuals with hemiparesis

Gender differences in the balance of healthy elderly as demonstrated by dynamic posturography

Use of long loop reflexes to assess postural control following stroke

Coordination of head and body in response to support surface translations in normals and patients with bilaterally reduced vestibular function

Balance in the Healthy Elderly: Posturography and Clinical Assessment

Postural stability in patients with Huntington’s disease

Dynamic posturography findings in central nervous system disorders.

Effects of age and perturbation size on the ability to recover from a near fall.

Stance posture control in selected groups of children with cerebral palsy: deficits in sensory organization and muscular coordination.

Dynamic posturography in assessment of polyneuropathic disease

Abnormalities in posturography and estimations of visual vertical and horizontal in multiple sclerosis.

Dynamic and randomized perturbed posturography in the follow-up of patients with polyneuropathy.

Characteristics of postural stability in patients with aminoglycoside toxicity.

Posturographic evidence of nonorganic sway patterns in normal subjects, patients, and suspected malingerers.

The use of dynamic posturography to detect neurosensorial disorder in IDDM without clinical neuropathy.

Time-dependent influence of sensorimotor set on automatic responses in perturbed stance.

Parkinson’s disease impairs the ability to change set quickly.

Postural set for balance control is normal in Alzheimer’s but not in Parkinson’s disease.

Hip sway associated with vestibulopathy