Normal variability of postural measures: implications for the reliability of relative balance performance outcomes.

Abstract

The reliability of outcome measures obtained using the Balance Master and the limits of stability in anterior, posterior, and lateral directions were evaluated in 70 healthy subjects aged 20 to 32 years. Data relating to static sway and the ability to shift the centre of gravity to preset targets were collected on three occasions one week apart. The centre… (More)

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@article{Brouwer1998NormalVO, title={Normal variability of postural measures: implications for the reliability of relative balance performance outcomes.}, author={Bastiaan Brouwer and Elsie Culham and Ronald Liston and Tracy M Grant}, journal={Scandinavian journal of rehabilitation medicine}, year={1998}, volume={30 3}, pages={131-7} }