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®.
Use of the Head Shake-Sensory Organization Test as an outcome measure in the rehabilitation of an individual with head movement provoked symptoms of imbalance
Reliability and concurrent validity of Balance Master outcome measures in persons with multiple sclerosis (abstract)
Normal variability of postural measures: implications for the reliability of relative balance performance outcomes.
Improving Performance in Functional Tasks through Balance Training in Individuals with Mental Retardation
Gait and balance of transfemoral amputees using passive mechanical and microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees
Motor learning and Parkinson disease: Refinement of movement velocity and endpoint excursion in a limits of stability balance task.
- Horowicz C
- Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Journal Article
- Neurology/Neurologic Disorders, LOS/Limits of Stability, Balance Master, Parkinson's Disease, Outcome Measure
Effects of whole body vibration training on postural control in older individuals: A 1 year randomized controlled trial.
- Delecluse C
- Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Journal Article, Journal Article
- CDP/Computerized Dynamic Posturography, SOT/Sensory Organization Test, MCT/Motor Control Test, Geriatrics, ADT/Adaptation Test, Outcome Measure
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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.