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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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Posturography Reflects Clinical Imbalance in Parkinson’s Disease

Reduced performance in balance, walking and turning tasks in associated with increased neck tone in Parkinson’s disease

Objective Quantification of Neuromotor Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease: Implementation of a Pprtable Computerized Measurement Tool

Excessive Postural Sway and Risk of Falls at Different Stages of Parkinson’s Disease

Incidence and prediction of falls in Parkinson’s disease: a prospective multidisciplinary study

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

The effects of balance training and high-intensity resistance training on persons with idiopathic Parkinsons Disease

Posturographic differences between elderly with Parkinson disease (PD) and healthy old people [abstract]

Repetitive Training of a compensatory step improves protective balance strategies in patients with Parkinson Disease [abstract]

Role of muscle strength in maintaining balance, posture, and gait in Parkinson disease [abstract]

The effect of a balance and strength training program on equilibrium in Parkinsonism: A preliminary study

The Limits of Equilibrium in Young and Elderly Normal Subjects and in Parkinsonians.

The multicomponent nature of equilibrium in persons with parkinsonism: a regression approach

Stereotactic posterioventral pallidotomy improves balance control as assessed by computerized posturography

Motor, cognitive, and behavioral performance following unilateral ventroposterior pallidotomy for Parkinson disease

Effect of pallidotomy on postural control and motor function in Parkinson disease

Postural inflexibility in Parkinsonian Subjects.

Postural reflexes in patients with MPTP-induced parkinsonism.

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

Postural reflexes in patients on long-term neuroleptic medication.

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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.