Marie Ange Blanchon

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OBJECTIVE Walking is a complex voluntary rhythmic motor behaviour. Its implicit nature suggests that reduced attention resources are required for its execution. The aim of this study was to demonstrate that, to perform a mental calculation while walking, might modify the spatial-temporal parameters of walking in fragile elderly patients. METHODS We(More)
INTRODUCTION fall is common in old people and has multiple consequences, physical but also psychological, with a fear of falling which results in reduction in the activities of everyday life, loss of autonomy and entry in dependence. The aim of the study was to evluate the benefit of taking into account the fear of falling in the care of old people who had(More)
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