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Effects of Balance Training on Fall Risk and Mobility in the Elderly

Pakistan is a country devoid of health-care facilities and training programs on fall prevention. There is lack of research, awareness and implication of geriatric rehabilitation on elderly population addressing balance and fall risk assessment however very few cross-sectional studies of poor quality evidence are available on this issue. To best of investigators' knowledge, no interventional studies have been conducted in our country so far on this topic. . We aim to use a integ...

Efficacy of a Web-Based Tailored Weight Management Program

The primary objective of this study is to assess the benefit of using online, tailored behavioral weight management materials (Balance), in combination with nutritional materials (Balance and Nourish), in conjunction with a goal setting tool (Balance and Achieve), or a combination of all three (Balance, Nourish and Achieve). This objective will be evaluated by measuring weight loss rates as reported by study participants at 3, 12, and 18 months post-enrollment. The hypothesis i...

Analysis of the French Balance and Daily Life (EVQ) Questionnaire for Evaluation of Balance in the Frail Elderly

The Balance and Daily Life questionnaire (EVQ) observes the adaption of the patient in six scenarios of daily life; it is a measurement of falls, but also an evaluation of the modifications taken to prevent future falls. This study will analyze the robustness of this questionnaire.

Stand & Move at Work

A trial testing the efficacy of sit-stand workstations on decreasing sitting time and increasing light-intensity physical activity in samples of office worksites.

Move and Moderate in Balance

H1: The increase in body mass index between baseline and two year follow-up among intervention worksites will be lower than that among control worksites, such that the differential change will be negative on average.

Stand Up and Move More

The purpose of the expanded study is to examine the effectiveness of a "Stand Up and Move More" intervention to reduce sedentary behavior in older adults from underserved communities.

Evaluation of Pediatric Balance Scale and Quantitative Balance Parameters in Patients With Cerebral Palsy

This study aims to evaluate Pediatric Balance Scale and quantitative balance and gait parameters assessed by Balance Master force plate in Cerebral Palsy (CP) patients who are ambulatory without an assistive device in daily life.

Weight Loss Treatment for Veterans With Binge Eating

Inclusion Criteria: aged 21 and older, BMI>=25, and presence of recurrent binge eating on the MOVE! Survey. Exclusion Criteria: more than 4 MOVE! sessions in the prior year; active psychosis or suicidal ideation; medical or psychiatric illness, or cognitive deficits that interfere with providing consent or completing assessments, and; pregnancy or lactation. Participants will be recruited from the VA's MOVE! Program at VA Connecticut Healthcare System (both Newington and West ...

Improving Obesity Self-Care Among Mentally Ill Veterans

The purpose of this study is to find out which of two programs, MH MOVE! or the enhanced usual care MOVE! program is most effective in improving participation in and completion of MOVE! among Veterans with depression, anxiety, and PTSD. One of the treatments, MH MOVE! provides the standard MOVE! weight management program plus a workbook containing education for management of depression, anxiety and PTSD symptoms to be used during 10 phone based clinician led CBT sessions. The e...

Comparing the Effectiveness of Shotokan-Karate vs. Tai Chi on Balance and Quality of Life in Parkinson's Disease

The following study will be a comparison of balance and quality of life in Tai Chi training programs and Shotokan-Karate training programs in individuals with Parkinson's Disease. The following study will be a 12-week program which will assess whether or not Shotokan-Karate betters balance and quality of life even more than Tai Chi. Both Tai Chi and Karate will be taught by a professional instruction at the Sun Life Financial Movement Disorders and Rehabilitation Centre located...

Effects of Early Vestibular Rehabilitation in Patients With Dizziness and Balance Disorders After Sport Concussion

This study examines the effect of early vestibular rehabilitation on reducing dizziness, improving balance, and improving the timeline to achieve medical clearance to return to activities such as sports and work activities. Half of the participants will receive early vestibular rehabilitation, while the other half will receive standard of care.

Role of Apathy in the Effectiveness of Weight Loss Interventions

The purpose of this study is to determine whether treating apathy with methylphenidate or medical Crisis counselling will increase adherence to weight loss programs thereby increasing their effectiveness

Comparison of Subjective Balance Tests

There is many subjective balance tests to evaluate static and dynamic balance. But, there is no sufficient information about which balance test is the most sensitive test to evaluate balance. Therefore, the aim of this study is to compare of sensitivity of the subjective balance tests with an objective system.

Balance Training for Fall Reduction in COPD

People living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) have problems with their balance and a high incidence of falls compared to those of a similar age. Pulmonary rehabilitation is recommended for people with COPD, however, these training programs do not typically include balance training or fall prevention strategies. In this study, patients with COPD who report problems with their balance or have had a fall in the last two years will be assigned to a treatment group...

Adjusting Challenge-Skill Balance to Improve the Elderly's Quality of Life

The purpose of this study was to clarify the effects on health-related QOL of occupational therapy involving the adjustment of challenge-skill balance in the activity of elderly clients.

Comparative Effectiveness Research of Dual-task and Single-task Balance Training in People With Stroke

The objective of this study is to investigate the effect of dual-task training at impairment, disability, and participation levels for stroke survivors and investigate possible factors affecting cognitive-motor interference (CMI) under dual-task conditions. Specifically, we will compare the immediate and retention effects of dual-task balance training and single-task balance training on CMI, balance confidence, fall rate, functional performance, and quality of life in individua...

Dissemination of a Weight Management Program Among US Veterans

This study is being conducted with the Veterans Affairs National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (VANCP), which is overseeing the current dissemination of MOVE! (Managing Overweight/Obesity for Veterans Everywhere), a national weight management program for veterans. It will be based at 10 local sites in the national network of VA medical settings and community-based outpatient clinics and will compare two different models for disseminating and implementing M...

Use of the BrainPort® Balance Device to Improve Balance in Adults With Balance Deficits Due to Stroke

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the BrainPort balance device in improving balance in people with balance deficits due to stroke.

A New Designed Balance Platform for Children

People always come across with different floors which gradually affect dynamic balance. Dynamic balance is important in activities of daily life of all people. There are various reliable and valid tests for both children and adults, but no test design which includes different floor materials has been developed. Thus, this study aimed to describe a new designed balance test platform and investigate its reliability and validity in 3-5 years old children.

Validity of Korebalance Balance System

In postmenopausal osteoporosis patients, the balance is impaired. Equilibrium is evaluated with various test and balance systems. This study aims evaluation of the patients with the Korebalance Balance System and balance tests and investigation the validity of the Korebalance Balance System.

Effects of Whole-Body Vibration on Balance in the Elderly Population

Exercise therapy plays an important role in health promotion, preservation of physical function and in preventing loss of independence among the elderly. They work beside an improvement in balance, a positive effect on metabolic and cardiovascular disorders, reducing falls, osteoporosis, colon cancer, breast cancer, depression, anxiety, and the general well-being. There is preliminary evidence to indicated that balance, and strength can be trained in the elderly using whole-bod...

Fall Prevention in Older Adults Study

Poor balance is one of the major risk factors for falling in older adults. A Matter of Balance (MOB) is one of the most commonly used fall prevention programs nationally. Despite its name, MOB focuses on managing concerns about falling, and does not include a balance component. We are testing to see if adding a dual-task balance component (balance and mental thinking) to MOB can improve balance and walking better, than MOB only.

Prevention of Falls in Older Adults by Specific and Progressive Balance Training

Three months of balance training with follow-up 6 and 12 months thereafter.

Kinesthetic Ability Trainer for Peripheral Neuropathic Pain

Objective: To determine the effectiveness of balance training with Kinesthetic Ability Trainer 2000 (KAT 2000) in patients with peripheral neuropathic pain related balance disorder. Methods: A total of 60 patients who developed peripheral neuropathic pain-related balance impairment in the chronic phase due to lumber disc herniation, lumber spondylosis and gonarthrosis were included into this randomized controlled prospective study and randomized into either balance exerc...

A Multidimensional Inpatient Balance Training Class to Improve Functional Outcomes in Rehabilitation Inpatients With ABI

Many survivors of acquired brain injury (ABI) suffer from decreased balance and increased risks of falls. Previous studies indicate that balance training improves balance, reduces falls, and increases walking speed and balance confidence. The purpose of this study is to determine if a multidimensional balance training based on the FallProof(TM) approach achieves better improvements in balance and walking performance than the current practice . Participants will be assigned to: ...

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