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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®.

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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

Is lower leg proprioception essential for triggering human automatic postural responses

Prediction and set-dependent scaling of early postural responses in cerebellar patients

Balance recovery from a forward fall: developmental aspects of sensorimotor organization and the role of supraspinal control

The effect of stretching on muscle responses and postural sway responses during computerized dynamic posturography in women and men

Postural Reflexes, Balance Control, and Functional Mobility with Long-Duration Head-Down Bed Rest

Vestibular-evoked electromyographic responses in soleus: a comparison between click and galvanic stimulation

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

Correction for the influence of background muscle activity on stretch reflex amplitudes.

Imbalance following traumatic brain injury in adults: causes and characteristics

The effect of perturbation size and cognitive set on long latency response in Parkinson patients.

Postural reflexes in patients on long-term neuroleptic medication.

Functional evaluation of clinical status in multiple sclerosis

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Computerized Dynamic Posturography: Validity and Efficacy Studies

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.