Using Low Levels of Stochastic Vestibular Stimulation to Improve Balance Function

@inproceedings{Goel2015UsingLL,
  title={Using Low Levels of Stochastic Vestibular Stimulation to Improve Balance Function},
  author={Rahul Goel and Igor Kofman and Jerome Jeevarajan and Yiri E. De Dios and Helen S Cohen and Jacob Bloomberg and Ajitkumar P. Mulavara and Maurice J. Chacron},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Low-level stochastic vestibular stimulation (SVS) has been associated with improved postural responses in the medio-lateral (ML) direction, but its effect in improving balance function in both the ML and anterior-posterior (AP) directions has not been studied. In this series of studies, the efficacy of applying low amplitude SVS in 0-30 Hz range between the mastoids in the ML direction on improving cross-planar balance function was investigated. Forty-five (45) subjects stood on a compliant… CONTINUE READING
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