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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®.

122 items found

Auxiliary Sensory Cues Improve Automatic Postural Responses in Individuals With Diabetic Neuropathy

Balance Rehabilitation by Moving Platform and Exercises in Patients With Neuropathy or Vestibular Deficit

The effects of diabetes and /or peripheral neuropathy in detecting short postural perturbations in mature adults

Quantitative assessment of posture stability using computerised dynamic posturography in type 2 diabetic patients with neuropathy and its relation to glycaemic control

Computerized Dynamic Posturography to Detect Unsteadiness in Aged Patients with Large-Fiber Peropheral Neuropathy

A cane reduces loss of balance in patients with peripheral neuropathy: results from a challenging unipedal balance test.

Vestibular rehabilitation with computerised dynamic posturography in patients with Parkinson’s disease: Improving balance impairment

Posturography and computerized gait analysis in the Computer Dyno Graphy system as non-invasive methods for evaluation of normal pressure hydrocephalus progression

Posturography in Patients With Stroke: Estimating the percentage of body weight on each foot from a single force platform

Balance Deficits after Sport-related Concussion in Individuals Reporting Post Traumatic Headache

Characteristics of Falls of Neurological Cause in the Elderly

Clinical assessment of balance disorders

Postural stability of workers exposed to lead

Effects of home-based exercise on postural control and sensory organization in individuals with Parkinson disease

Effect of Chronic and Subchronic Organic Solvents Exposure on Balance Control of Workers in Plant Manufacturing Adhesive Materials

Morgagni Stewart Morel syndrome – Additional features

Cognitive and motor function are associated following mild traumatic brain injury

Ataxia of Stance in Different Types of Alcohol Dependence – A Posturographic Study

Review of sports-related concussion: Potential for application in military settings

Posturographic Findings in Patients with Idiopathic Cervical Dystonia before and after Local Injections with Botulinum Toxin

Assessment of Postural Balance in Multiple Sclerosis

The effects of high frequency subthalamic stimulation on balance performance and fear of falling in patients with Parkinson’s disease

Consciously Postural Sway and Cervical Vertigo After Whiplash Injury

Audiological and Vestibular Findings in the Kabuki Syndrome

Subclinical Cerebellar Anterior Lobe, Vestibulo-Cerebellar and Spinocerebellar Afferent Effects in Young Female Lead Workers in China: Computerized Posturography with Sway Frequency analysis and Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials

Post-traumatic Vertigo – A Review

Use of EquiTest Posturgoraphy to Assess Balance Following Stroke

Static and dynamic posturography in patients with asymptomatic HIV-1 infections and AIDS

Reducing Incapacitating Symptoms during Space Flight: is Posturla Deficiency Syndrome and Applicable Model?

Short-form Tai Chi Improves Standing Balance of People With Chronic Stroke

Stance ataxia and delayed leg muscle responses to postural perturbations in cervical spondylotic myelopathy

Indicators of Motor Learning on Postural Sway Task Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Influence of Sensory and Motor Alteration on Postural Control in Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Meclizine for the Treatment of Central Vestibular Dysfunction Following Stroke

New Paradigm for Understanding In-Flight Decision Making Errors: a Neurophysiological Model Leveraging Human Factors

Objectively assessing balance deficits after TBI: Role of computerized posturography

On the Relative Contribution of the Paretic Leg to the Control of Posture After Stroke

Effects of Sarin on the Nervous System in Rescues Team Staff Members and Police Officers 3 Years after the Tokyo Subay Sarin Attack

Effects of Sarin on the Nervous System of Subway Workers Seven Years after the Tokyo Sarin Attack

Imbalance in Multiple Schlerosis: A result of slowed spinal sometosensory conduction

Balance and Spasticity: What We Know and What We Believe