Archive for the 'Balance Training' Category
Patients with Parkinson’s disease have impaired balance, which affects function and increases the risk of falling. Exercise is routinely encouraged by healthcare providers, but few programs have been proven effective.
A multifactorial fall-risk assessment including a fall history, physical exam, gait and balance evaluation, and environmental assessment is recommended for all older adults who have fallen or have a problem with gait or balance, according to Dr. Sara Bradley, assistant professor of geriatrics and palliative medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, in New York City. (more…)
Â So, here’s a list of studies on CAM and stroke that were published in the past year. (more…)
Standing balance deficits are common after stroke. One way to address these deficits is to provide feedback from a force platform while balance activities are performed. (more…)