Validity Of Using Smart Phone Sway Balance Application In Measuring Dynamic Balance

@article{Eldesoky2017ValidityOU,
  title={Validity Of Using Smart Phone Sway Balance Application In Measuring Dynamic Balance},
  author={Mohamed Taher Mahmoud Eldesoky and neveen elraouf and Khaled Elsayed Ayad and Enas Elsayed Mohamed Abutaleb},
  journal={International Journal of Therapies and Rehabilitation Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={31}
}
Background: Fall risk is one of the major problems in the older adults’ life due to the reduction of the balance level. A presence of a valid, cost effective and easy in use objective tool to measure the balance (static and dynamic) is very important. Purpose of this study is to test the validity of the use of Sway balance software in measuring the dynamic balance. Methods: Thirty healthy non-athletic subjects (8 females and 22 males; age= 23.9 ± 3.38 years and BMI= 22.53 ± 1.64 kg/m2) were… 

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