Subject: Research Article | Biology | Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation | Musculoskeletal System | Medicine | Health Care Policy | Anatomy and Physiology | Epidemiology of Aging | Q | Epidemiology | Geriatrics | R | Rehabilitation | Osteopenia and Osteoporosis | Health Risk Analysis | Science | Women's Health | Physiological Processes | Non-Clinical Medicine
Poor balance in older persons contributes to a rise in fall risk and serious injury, yet no consensus has developed on which measures of postural sway can identify those at greatest risk of falling. Postural sway was measured in 161 elderly individuals (81.8y±7.4), 24 o... View more
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