Postures and repetitive movements during use of a long cane by individuals with visual impairment.

@article{Mount2001PosturesAR,
  title={Postures and repetitive movements during use of a long cane by individuals with visual impairment.},
  author={Julie Mount and Paul D Howard and A L Dalla Palu and A Grafstrom and Daniel Mendes Pinto and Susan Rudy},
  journal={The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 7},
  pages={375-83}
}
STUDY DESIGN Descriptive. OBJECTIVE To describe upper body postures and movements that occur when an individual with visual impairment uses a cane to explore the environment while walking. BACKGROUND Previous research revealed self-reported neuromusculoskeletal problems related to cane use in individuals with visual impairments. No research, however, is… CONTINUE READING