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Supervised Perturbation Training Results in Changes in Balance and Falling in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Physical exercise can prevent falls, certain types of exercise may be more effective. Perturbation-based balance training is a novel intervention involving repeated postural perturbations aiming to improve control of rapid balance reactions. The purpose of this study was to estimate the effect of perturbation- based balance training on falls and balance in daily life.Thirty patients with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) will assess with regard to dynamic balance, walking and falling. ...


Perturbation Training Compared to Balance and Strengthening Exercise, for Elderly at Risk of Falling

One third of adults over 65 and 50% of adults above 80 years old fall at list once a year. In some cases, falls result in fractures, hospitalization, functional limitations, depression, morbidity and mortality. Strong evidence support exercise training programs for fall prevention, while several studies examined the effect of perturbation training on risk of fall. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a perturbation training program with unexpected perturbat...

Bicycle Simulator Training in Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A Randomized Control Trial will be conducted with Independent old adults (age 70 years old and older) who willing to participate in the study. They will be randomly allocated to two groups: 1) Stationary bicycle riding that includes perturbation balance training during riding; 2) Stationary bicycle riding that does not includes perturbation balance training during riding. Balance and Gait assessments will be tested before and after 3 months of training (2-3 times a week).


Effectiveness of Perturbations Exercises in Improving Balance, Function and Mobility in Stroke Patients

Following stroke, patients loses functions of the motor, sensory and higher brain cognitive faculties to various degrees which lead to diminished balance. It has been documented that hemiplegic or hemiparetic stroke patients presented with more posture sway, asymmetric weight distribution, impaired weight-shifting ability and decreased stability capability. There are many balance exercises and strategies; to improve balance in elderly age group population, to prevent fall preve...

Instrumented vs. Conventional Perturbation-based Balance Training for Fall Prevention

Falls in old age can lead to severe physical and psychological restrictions. Training interventions for fall prevention can therefore improve the quality of life considerably. With perturbation-based balance training (PBT), which addresses the reactive balance control after a perturbation, a large reduction in the fall rate seems possible. In this study, we are comparing the effects of an Instrumented PBT (on a perturbation treadmill) and a conventional PBT (training under unst...

Improve Dynamic Lateral Balance of Humans With SCI

This study is to test whether pelvis perturbation training paired with transcutaneous spinal direct current stimulation (tsDCS) will be effective in improving dynamic balance and locomotor function in humans with SCI. One group will receive pelvis perturbation training paired with tsDCS, one group will receive pelvis perturbation training paired with sham, and one group will receive treadmill training only.

Reactive Balance Training for Fall Prevention

The objective of this pilot study is to evaluate and compare the effect of three different perturbation based training devices on the reactive balance control among healthy young adults, healthy older adults, and neurologically impaired stroke individuals. Furthermore, the project aims to determine the feasibility and tolerability of 30-minutes of perturbation training using the SureFooted Trainer. Overall, the project directs to find out the long term effect of training on fal...

Visual Training Program to Improve Balance and Prevent Falls in Older Adults

The ability to maintain balance and avoid falling is highly dependent on the ability to locate objects and architectural features in the environment. This need to continually monitor the environment as one moves about in daily life suggests a critical role for visual attention, gaze control, and spatial memory, all of which are known to decline with aging. In this study, the investigators will test the efficacy of a computer-based visual-training program designed to improve the...

Transtibial Amputee Balance Training: A Randomised Controlled Trial

Lower limb amputees have reduced joint mobility and strength which negatively influence an individual's ability to maintain balance. Individuals with lower limb amputation also have an increased fear of falling and reduced social participation because of this fear. Improving balance ability, reducing falls and fear of falling through effective balance training interventions would have a number of socio-economic benefits. The aim of the current study is to investigate whether ta...

Fear of Falling in Patients With Chronic Stroke

The aim of the study is to evaluate whether combining cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with task-oriented balance training (TOBT) is more effective than general health education (GHE) together with TOBT in promoting fear of falling and reducing activity avoidance behavior.

Simple Fall-Arrest Harness vs. Adjustable Harness

Fall risk increases with age and the fear of falling can significantly impact activity, mobility and future fall risk. Exercise designed specifically to help balance is effective at improving balance and postural control for mobility, gait, and other daily activities. The individual purposes of this research are to (1) effectively use a prototype of an instrumented and actuated harness and support system, (2) demonstrate that this system can be used as designed during induced f...

Clinical Evaluation and Rehabilitation System for Dynamic Balance Control in Cervical Myelopathy Patients

Cervical myelopathy is common among aging population.One of the complication of cervical myelopathy is balance impairment.In this study, the patients with cervical myelopathy undergo biomechanical, imaging and functional assessment. The dynamic balance training is introduced to the patients with cervical decompression surgery.This study is expected to provide important empirical evidence to guide postoperative rehabilitation of myelopathy patients and improve patients' long ter...

Vitamin D and Exercise in Falls Prevention

The aim of the study is to investigate the effects of exercise and vitamin D supplementation on reducing falls and injuries in community-dwelling, independent-living women aged 70-79 years of age. The investigators will test the following hypothesis: 1. Exercise including strength, balance and mobility training will improve muscle functioning and body balance, and thus reduce falls by 30% compared with non-exercisers. 2. Vitamin D intake will improve muscl...

Reactive Stepping Training in Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury

Falling is common among individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI), with most falls occurring while walking. Falls result in injuries (e.g., broken bones), hospital readmission, and reduced participation in work and recreation. In able-bodied people, falls can be prevented by taking one or more rapid, reactive steps. People with iSCI, however, have difficulty taking the reactive steps needed to prevent a fall. Research in the elderly and people with stroke has shown ...

Biomechanics Research in the Effects of Interactive Dynamic Balance Training on Postural and Gait Control in Older Adults

Aim 1: Determine the relationships between muscle quality and balance performance as well as any association with fracture and fall history in older adults. Muscle quality will be calculated from the information of muscle strength and body composition (strength/lean muscle mass). The investigators will compute the joint torque during functional activates using biomechanical data from the 3-D motion analysis, whereas the lean skeletal muscle mass will be determined by the bioel...

Rapid Movement Therapy for Stroke Rehabilitation

Stroke survivors have higher risks of falling compared to other healthy non-stroke adults. Stroke patients' balance can be trained by Kinect-based training that enable user friendly and interactive training.

Fall Risk Assessment in COPD

People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have balance problems and are at risk of falling. New guidelines recommend balance assessment be included in pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) however no specific tests are recommended. Our goal is to determine the best balance test for identifying COPD patients who are at risk of falling. In this study, COPD patients who report balance problems or falling in the last year will participate in a testing session. Balance, balan...

Sensori-motor Integration Training in Multiple Sclerosis

Balance impairment is a common and very disabling disturbance in people with Multiple Sclerosis. The efficacy of pharmacotherapy in treating balance impairment in MS is poorly documented in literature. Although literature dealing with the rehabilitation of balance impairment in MS is very scant, the preliminary data reports show very promising results. The present project could have a positive impact on balance and gait ability, disability, fear of falling, risk of falls and qu...

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.

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Effectiveness of an Intervention to Improve Balance and Decrease Falls in the Elderly (EWii)

The objectives of this study are to evaluate the usefulness of an intervention utilizing the NintendoTM Wii console in order to improve balance, thereby decreasing both the fear of falling as well as the number of falls, and to evaluate the correlation between balance as determined by the console and the value obtained in the Tinetti tests and the one foot stationary test.

Perturbed-balance Training During Treadmill Walking for Stroke Subjects

A control and a post-stroke subject with right-side chronic hemiparesis were studied. The post-stroke subject underwent 30 sessions of balance-perturbed training while walking on an instrumented treadmill where the Balance Assessment Robot (BAR™) randomly delivered pushes to pelvis in various directions at various speeds and at various perturbation amplitudes. The investigators assessed kinematics, kinetics, electromiography and spatio-temporal responses to outward-directed p...

Cholinergic Augmentation in Frequently Falling Subjects With Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to find out if a medication that increases levels of a brain chemical called acetylcholine will improve balance and reduce falls in patients with parkinson's disease who have the problem of very poor balance and are frequently falling or nearly falling on a daily basis. Donepezil, a drug approved for the treatment of Alzheimer's dementia, will reduce falls in subjects with Parkinson's disease and balance impairment.

Mechanical Perturbation Training for ACL Injury Prevention

A prospective trial will be used to evaluate the efficacy of prophylactic mechanical perturbation training program. 24 female athletes who are regular participants in activities that involve cutting, pivoting, jumping, and lateral movements prior to injury who range in age from 15-30 year are eligible. Using a prospective risk stratification design, female athletes with knee abduction moment (KAM) > 25.25 Nm from drop jump motion analysis will be classified as high KAM and will...

Kinematics and Kinetics of Gait Perturbations in Young Healthy Adults

Investigators would like to examine, what are strategies for balance recovery in gait perturbations. Different perturbation types where used in the current study. The study involves the analysis of kinematic and kinetic parameters. Researchers hypothesize that research including young healthy adults would help to elaborate fall prevention program for seniors.

Enhance Balance and Mobility in People With Type 2 Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Type 2 diabetes results in a host of neuromuscular, muscular, and autonomic system impairments that accelerate age-associated limitations in functional independence and the risk of falls. Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) contributes to functional declines in balance and mobility because of limitations metabolic abnormalities. The constellation of impairments accompanying type 2 diabetes diminishes muscle function and performance including strength and power. Loss of strengt...


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