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2BALANCE: Cognitive-motor Dual-tasking in Persons With Vestibular Disorders

The overall aim of this study is to elucidate the impact of a vestibular dysfunction on the cognitive and motor performance by means of an extensive test protocol, evaluating the vestibular, cognitive and motor function using single as well as dual-task paradigms.


Cognitive-motor Exergaming for Reducing Fall Risk in People With Chronic Stroke

Post-stroke, people suffer various sensorimotor and cognitive deficits that lead to impaired balance control and gait functions thereby increasing the risk of falls. Despite undergoing exercise training in stroke rehabilitation to enhance balance control and gait functions, the risk of falls in the community-dwelling chronic stroke population persists. Given that motor and cognitive functions are required as a part of daily living, performing activities at home and in the commu...

Measurement and Training of Dual-Task of Gait in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

The purpose of this study is to determine the utility of a performance measure for the dual-task of gait and considering people with multiple sclerosis have both cognitive and motor problems, the secondary aim of this study is to determine the effectiveness of a gait-specific dual-tasking intervention for ambulatory individuals with multiple sclerosis.


Dual Task Cost in the Upper Limb in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, inflammatory, neurodegenerative disorder of the central nervous system, with more than 2.5 million people in the world. It is the most non-traumatic cause of disability in young and middle-aged adults. Because the lesions are spread in the brains, there is a variety of symptoms. The most common symptom is the typical motor dysfunction. 66% of persons with MS, and even 81% of them after 15 years, have problems with movements in one or both ...

The Effect of Dual Tasking on Physical and Cognitive Functions in Patients With Parkinson Disease

The ability of performing multi-tasking procedures is impaired in patients with Parkinson's disease. In this study, our goal was to detect the effects of dual-task training with treadmill training on walking and balance and to compare its effects on quality of life, cognitive functions and risk of fall, to treadmill training alone.

Cognitive-motor Interference in Persons With MS

Dual tasking such as walking while talking on the phone or while remembering a shopping list is very frequently required in everyday life. Cognitive-motor interference occurs when the performance capacity of a motor or cognitive task decreases when both are performed simultaneously (dual task) compared to single task execution being the so-called dual task cost (DTC). Over the past five years, in MS, (pilot) studies have been conducted in order to investigate the presence and m...

Dual Task Balance Training With Additional Motor Imagery Practice in Stroke

The importance of potent rehabilitation with dual task balance and gait training is improving and also there have been divergent opinions about the effectiveness of Motor Imagery on balance and gait function. Dual tasking has also proved beneficial results on stroke patients. Mental stimulation with task performance is a new intervention.. So the purpose of my study is to investigate the combination of Motor Imagery Practice and dual task rehabilitative training on balance and ...

Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based programme to encourage central nervous system (CNS) compensation for vestibular dysfunction. There is moderate to strong evidence to support VRT as a safe, effective management in reducing dizziness, vertigo, associated falls and improving quality of life in people with a unilateral and bilateral peripheral vestibular disorder. However, the evidence to discriminate between differing forms of treatment is unclear and, ...

The Effect of tDCS on a Motor-cognitive Dual-task Performance of Parkinson's Patients

The concurrent performance of two tasks, i.e., dual tasking (DT), is a common and ubiquitous every day phenomena. For example, people frequently walk while talking on a cellphone or drive while talking to a passenger. Often, the performance of one or more of these simultaneously performed tasks may deteriorate when another task is carried out at the same time, even in healthy young adults. This reduction in performance is referred to as the DT deficit or DT cost and is typicall...

Evaluation of Ronnie Gardiner Method in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease (PD) is typically associated with cognitive and movement related functional disabilities. One commonly described cognitive complaint is the ability to do several things simultaneously, defined as dual or multiple tasking. The Ronnie Gardiner Method (RGM) is a rhythm and music based rehabilitation intervention that includes components that will train this ability specifically in addition to postural control, motor learning, movement ability and general cognit...

Dual Task Practice in Parkinson's Disease

The ability to perform two or more tasks together is impaired in Parkinson's Disease (PD). Based on pilot work we hypothesize that dual tasking is amenable to training in PD and will not compromise safety. In the proposed study we will therefore collect high level evidence on whether 6 weeks of integrated dual task gait training is more effective than consecutive task practice. The investigators will use a randomized, single blind study design and conduct the same protocols in ...

Effects of Exercises in MS on Postural Control With Dual Task

Multiple sclerosis is a progressive neurological disease that associated with demyelinization and axonal damage. Decreased postural control is one of the initial symptom of disease. Improving postural control in people with neurological impairment is a common goal of physiotherapy. Doing exercises in water or land are examples for effective solutions. Pilates and aquaplyometric exercises are some of these approaches. Performing daily activities at the same time requires dual t...

Spatial Cognitive Training for Chronic Vestibular Disorders

In this study the investigators propose to apply cognitive training, which has been largely used in the realm of age-related cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease, in a novel clinical context to individuals with vestibular impairment. In prior work the investigators observed that individuals with vestibular loss have evidence of spatial cognitive impairment. The investigators plan to evaluate the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of a cognitive training progra...

The Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Motor and Cognitive Functions in Idiopathic Fallers

The concurrent performance of two tasks, i.e., dual tasking (DT), is a common and ubiquitous every day phenomena. For example, people frequently walk while talking on a cellphone or drive while talking to a passenger. Often, the performance of one or more of these simultaneously performed tasks may deteriorate when another task is carried out at the same time, even in healthy young adults. This reduction in performance is referred to as the DT deficit or DT cost and is typicall...

Cognitive Dysfunction in COPD Patients : Role in the Performance of Cognitive-motor Dual Task Situation?

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a respiratory disease starting point characterized by multiple systemic effects as cognitive dysfunction. This one seems to have an impact in activity daily living, considered mainly as a cognitive-motor dual task situations. Yet to date, no study has specifically focused in the cognitive-motor performance in patients with COPD or on the effects during a rehabilitation program. The main objective of this work was to evaluate the ...

Dual Task Training in Elderly Using the BioRescue

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is accompanied by gait and balance problems while dual tasking. During a 6 to 8 weeks training with the BioRescue (virtual reality), institutionalized elderly people with MCI will relearn dual tasks in combination with balance. Afterwards, the transferring effect on gait in general, balance and cognition will be examined.

Efficacy of Computer-Based Cognitive Game Training for Healthy Elderly

The declination on cognitive and motor functions in older adults increases the difficulty to achieve successful aging. Previous studies had reported that contrast to the traditional cognitive training methods, computer cognitive training (CCT) is comparable or has better effect on the cognitive function improvement with elders.On the other hand, some researchers claimed motor-cognitive dual-task training may possess greater effects than single cognitive training on cognitive fu...

The Short-term Effects of Noninvasive Electrical Brain Stimulation on Dual Tasking in Older Adults

The tDCS & Dual Tasking study will compare the effects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) targeting three different cortical regions (as well as sham stimulation) on dual task standing and walking in older adults with and without a recent history of recurrent falls.

Effect of Ginkgo Biloba Special Extract LI 1370 on Dual-tasking in Patients With MCI

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of Ginkgo Biloba Extract (GBE) in executive function-impaired Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) patients by assessing gait while walking alone as well as under differing dual-task conditions. The primary endpoint in the evaluation of GBE efficacy is gait speed. The secondary endpoint is cycle time variability under dual-task conditions.

Dual-task Training for Function in MCI

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an intermediate stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and severe dementia associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD). In the United States about 20% of older adults have MCI. Loss of cognitive function in aging can have far-reaching and devastating impacts on functional status, independence, and quality of life. Unfortunately, the therapeutic options to slow progression of cognitive decline in aging are limited. Dual-task ...

Virtual Reality-based Dual-task Exercise in Vestibular Hypofunction Patients

The aim is to assess the effects of virtual reality-based intervention on vestibular functions in in patients with chronic peripheral unilateral vestibular hypofunction.

Tai Chi Training in Stroke Survivors

People with stroke suffer from different impairments, including the ability to dual-tasking, increased arterial stiffness, and dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. The decrement in dual-tasking performance has been found among stroke survivors, and the deterioration has been related to increased risk of fall in the population. No coherent result has been concluded from previous studies investigating the effect of different types of exercise training on enhancing dual-ta...

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Dual-task Assessment and Rehabilitation for Individuals With Residual Symptoms After mTBI

This research aims to develop an intervention that combines mTBI-specific motor and cognitive challenges into a progressive and challenging rehabilitation program. We plan to develop and refine a combined motor and cognitive intervention using healthy athletic young adults (n=12) and people with a positive history of non-resolving mTBI (n=12). We will conduct limited feasibility testing by conducting 6 week training sessions with each subject group. We also plan to identify bes...

Vestibular Physical Therapy for People With Alzheimer Disease

The purpose of this study is to assess the tolerability and preliminary efficacy of an 8-week home-based vestibular physical therapy program in people with cognitive impairment.

Dual Task in Institutionalized Elderly

Objectives: To evaluate the effects of eight weeks of cognitive motor training (dual task) in the risk of falls, balance, independence in basic activities of daily living (BADL) and handgrip in institutionalized elderly. Methods: The sample was divided in two groups: double task group (DTG), consists of five elderly, undergoing a training consists of motor and cognitive activities and control group (CG) consists of four seniors who underwent conventional kinesiotherapeutic tra...


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