JongHun Sung

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There has been growing evidence showing gait variability provides unique information about gait characteristics in neurological disorders. This study systemically reviewed and quantitatively synthesized (via meta-analysis) existing evidence on gait variability in various neurological diseases, including Alzheimer's disease (AD), amyotrophic lateral(More)
Falls are common in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS), and are related to physical injury and reduce the quality of life. Mobility impairments are a significant risk factor for falls in persons with MS. Although there is evidence that mobility in persons with MS can be improved with rehabilitation, much less is known about fall prevention. This review(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the feasibility of dual task training in persons with Multiple Sclerosis. DESIGN Randomized, single-blinded controlled trial. SETTING University research laboratory. PARTICIPANTS A total of 234 individuals inquired about the investigation. After screening, 20 individuals with multiple sclerosis who self-reported problems with(More)
Poor seated balance negatively impacts the performance of activities of daily living in nonambulatory individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) and is frequently a target of rehabilitation interventions. However, there is a lack of clinical measures of seated balance in nonambulatory individuals with MS, thus limiting evaluation of rehabilitation treatments.(More)
PURPOSE To examine the association between bladder function and falls while controlling for mobility in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). METHODS A total of 92 ambulatory individuals with MS (mean age ± SD = 59.1 ± 7.3 years, female n = 69) were divided into two groups based on self-reported bladder function (none-mild n = 43 versus(More)
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