Variations in Posturography Testing Methods : Effect of Talking , Visual Fixation , and Time on Plate on Sway Measurements

@inproceedings{Sutton2011VariationsIP,
  title={Variations in Posturography Testing Methods : Effect of Talking , Visual Fixation , and Time on Plate on Sway Measurements},
  author={Erin E. Sutton and Deborah Kinor and Christopher Denzinger and Alexander Jules and Kimberly Edginton Bigelow},
  year={2011}
}
Posturography, the measurement of postural stability using a force plate, has demonstrated potential to identify individuals with vestibular a nd balance problems, neurological disorders, high risk of falls, and susceptibility to sports-related inju ries [1]. However debate over the clinical utility of posturography continues, in part due to significant… CONTINUE READING