The five times sit to stand test: responsiveness to change and concurrent validity in adults undergoing vestibular rehabilitation.

@article{Meretta2006TheFT,
  title={The five times sit to stand test: responsiveness to change and concurrent validity in adults undergoing vestibular rehabilitation.},
  author={Bridget M Meretta and Susan L. Whitney and Gregory F. Marchetti and Patrick J. Sparto and Robb J Muirhead},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 4-5},
  pages={233-43}
}
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine if patients with balance and vestibular disorders would demonstrate clinically meaningful improvement in the Five Times Sit to Stand Test (FTSST) score as a result of vestibular rehabilitation and to determine the concurrent validity of the FTSST. DESIGN Retrospective chart review of 351 people who underwent individualized outpatient vestibular rehabilitation programs. SETTING Outpatient tertiary balance and vestibular clinic. SUBJECTS… CONTINUE READING

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