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Sensorimotor Integration Exercises on Post-stroke Balance and Fall Efficacy

To study the effect of sensorimotor integration exercises on balance and fall efficacy in sub-acute stroke by performing 18 balance training exercises with three progressive steps.


Generalizability and Spread of an Evidenced-based Fall Prevention Toolkit: Fall TIPS

The goal of our project is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Fall TIPS program with regard to inpatient falls and fall-related injuries.

A Device for Screening of Fall Risk in the Elderly

This study evaluates the screening accuracy of a device (OAK) in assessing fall risk in the elderly, compared to the assessment provided by the Algorithm for Fall Risk Assessment of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The OAK device is a technologic system, based on virtual reality. It allows to quickly perform a fall risk assessment integrating clinical indexes of the Brief-BESTest (The Balance Evaluation System Test), and kinematic and posturgraphic indexes...


The Fall Monty Activity Programme Feasibility Study

Between 45-73% of people who have had a stroke fall over in the months and years following their stroke. Falls not only lead to injuries such as broken hips, but they may also lead to fear of falling. As a consequence people can get fearful to walk, keep up their household tasks and their social activities such as visiting friends and family. Research has shown that exercises for strength and balance can help both older people and patients after stroke to get fitter and health...

Development of an Acceleration Based Fall Risk Detector

Because the increasing fall problem, mainly due to an impaired gait and balance ability, this study will investigate fall risk by detecting fall related movement characteristics. Based on the promising results using accelerometry for accurate and objective gait analysis, fall risk will be measured using a triaxial accelerometer. At the moment our group is performing a study titled 'identify subjects at risk for falling using accelerometry'. In this study, fall related movement...

The Influence of Balance Training on Postural Control in Elderly

Fall related injuries are major health problem which effect especially elderly population. After experiencing a fall, most of the elderly are unable to resume their previous mobility and the fear of future falls affects their daily life. Falls in elderly population are often related to balance or gait problems. The aim of this study is to assess the influence of balance training on postural and motor control of healthy elderly participants. The study is designed as a parallel i...

Comparison of a Group-delivered vs. Individually Delivered 'LiFE' Program

In the Lifestyle-Integrated Functional Exercise (LiFE) program, exercises to increase strength and improve balance are embedded into daily life activities. Recurring daily activities and tasks are used as prompts for these exercises so that they are performed multiple times per day. However, implementing the original LiFE program includes high financial requirements and human resources as it comprises one-to-one supervision of participants. Therefore, it is investigated whether...

Interrupted Time-Series Study for In-hospital Fall Reduction

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of an Internet-of-Things bed fall solution when used in a hospital setting.

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...

Evaluating Technology-Based Fall Prevention Interventions

Approximately one in three older adults fall annually and it is the primary cause of traumatic injury in older adults. While exercise and balance programs have been shown to be effective in reducing fall risk, maintaining behavior change is known to be difficult. Thus additional interventions need to be validated to add to our current armamentarium to reduce falls in older adults. Cognitive training (CT) involves exercises that target specific cognitive tasks, such as memory or...

Effects of Whole-Body Vibration and High Impact Exercises in Postmenopausal Women

We investigated the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) and high-impact (HI) exercises in postmenopausal women with low bone mineral density. In summary, WBV exercises are effective in preventing bone loss and WBV and HI exercise programs are effective in decreasing fall risk, increasing health-related quality of life and improving depressive symptoms

FallSensing Clinical Tool for Fall Risk Prevention in Community-dwelling Adults Aged 50 Years or Over

Fall prevention programs should include strength and balance training, home hazard assessment and intervention, vision assessment and referral and also medication review with modification/withdrawal. Evidence exists that a tailored exercise program can reduce falls by as much as 54%. Several studies recognize the benefits of the Otago Exercise Program (OEP) on physical functioning and falls reduction in older people. The program includes strength and balance exercises wi...

Fall Prevention Program for Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of a fall prevention program for older adults. Participants assigned to the intervention group will train weekly on a special treadmill that will simulate tripping. Patients not assigned to the tripping program will walk on a standard treadmill.

Fall Recovery Training for Older Adults in Continuous Care Facilities

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect that a new fall prevention training program has on the fall incidence of long-term care facility residents at high-risk of falling.

A Novel System to Detect Falls in Real-life Conditions

Medical alert devices with automatic fall detection functionality use accelerometry to detect a fall and can signal for help if the wearer forgets to, or is incapable of, pressing the alert button. This can save lives and prevent complications associated with long periods of time spent on the floor after a fall. In this project, the sensitivity and false alarm rate of a commercially available medical alert device will be tested in a population of 200 community-dwelling older ad...

Lumbar Stabilization Exercises vs Flexor Exercises in Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of pain control and functional improvement in patients with degenerative spondylolisthesis treated with "lumbar stabilization exercises" vs "flexor exercises (williams exercises)"

Effects of Mandibular Exercises Effect on Pain Perception and Sensitivity in Mandibular Myofascial Pain

The effectiveness of mandibular exercises as a treatment of muscular Orofacial Pain is yet unknown. This study hypothesized that training exercises can be an effective therapy improving pain perception.

Fall Recovery Training for Individuals With Chronic Stroke

The purpose of this study is to quantify how fall-recovery training improves the fall-recovery response of individuals with chronic stroke. Up to 20 participants with chronic stroke will be recruited from the community. Over six laboratory visits, participants will undergo sessions of fall-recovery training. Each session is comprised of simulated trips and slips as participants stand on a computer-controlled treadmill. Trip-recovery training consists of treadmill-delivered dist...

Pre-treatment Exercises Versus Post-treatment Exercises for Dysphagia

The purpose of this project is to determine if pre-treatment swallowing exercises can improve post-treatment swallowing function in patients undergoing radiation with or without chemotherapy for advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck.

Efficacy of the Stroll Safe Outdoor Fall Prevention Program

This study examines the effectiveness of the Stroll Safe Outdoor Fall Prevention program, a 7-week group based educational intervention. Half of participants are assigned to the Stroll Safe program and half are assigned to a wait list control group that initially receives written information only on outdoor falls prevention.

Prevention of Falls in General Practitioner for Community-dwelling Older Adults [PreFalls]

The primary aim of this two-year project for falls prevention is to reduce number of falls and fall incidence in community-dwelling people of 65 years and older in the setting of general practitioners. In addition a reduction of fall-related injuries, reduction of fall-related risk factors and preservation of Quality of Life is to be achieved. A second goal of this study is the implementation of standardized assessment for fall risk factors as well as building up a network bet...

Physical Condition and Self-efficacy in People With Fall Risk

Middle-aged or older people with fall risk were assessed and invited to a multidisciplinary falls prevention program. This program consisted on an adapted exercise program. Two sessions per week were performed, during 6 weeks supervised by a physiotherapist. At the end of this program, measures of physical condition and of self-efficacy were repeated to determine its related-effect.

Fall Prevention Strategies Including Music and Posturography

We propose to obtain computerized dynamic posturography scores on patients in a (psycho)geriatric nursing home utilizing the CAPS system from Vestibular Technology. This instrument has been validated to measure human stability and is associated with a Fall Probability percentage. Subjects will be asked to stand on a platform with eyes open and closed for approximately 30 seconds. The data obtained will be utilized as a base for change which can be compared to an outcome of m...

Fall Prevention Program for Non-ambulatory Wheeled Mobility Device Users Living With MS

A research study to examine the effectiveness of a fall management program to prevent falls and develop fall recovery strategies for wheeled mobility device users living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Trunk Stabilization Exercises at Lipoedema Patients

Lipedema is a chronic, progressive adipose tissue disorder that is mostly seen as a symmetrical growth of the hips and legs, affecting women. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of trunk stabilization exercises in addition to active range of motion exercises on body composition, pain, edema, trunk endurance, functional capacity and postural stability.


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