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Sagittal Parameters of Spine and Pelvis in Young Adults Using the EOS Imaging System: Prospective Study of 92 Asymptomatic Subjects

Heo YM, Kim TK, Jang MG, Choi JK

Study Design: This study adopted a prospective study design to evaluate the sagittal parameters of the spine and pelvis in young adults using the EOS imaging system. Purpose: This study was...
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Assessment of Lower Limb Motor Function, Ambulation, and Balance After Stroke

Yoo YJ, Lim SH

Restoration of ambulation is important for stroke patients. Valid and reliable methods are required for the assessment of lower limb functional status. We reviewed the psychometric properties of methods employed...
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Static and Dynamic Postural Control Strategies in Lateral Ankle Sprain Copers: A Perspective on Center of Pressure

Jeon HG, Lee I, Lee SY

Purpose: Although postural control assessment in patients with chronic ankle instability (CAI) has been thoroughly examined in the literature, few researchers have studied balance strategy in lateral ankle sprain (LAS)...
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Comparison of Gait Parameters during Forward Walking under Different Visual Conditions Using Inertial Motion Sensors

Son EJ, Kim JH, Noh HE, Kim I, Lim JA, Han SH

Purpose: Gait evaluation in patients with dizziness is essential during both initial evaluation and vestibular rehabilitation. Inertial measurement unit (IMU)-based gait analysis systems are clinically applicable in patients with dizziness....
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The Immediate Effects of Dynamic Stretching and Static Stretching Using a Wedge Board on the Balance Ability and Jump Function of Healthy Adult

Ji Yr, Hong Ys, Lee D, Hong JH, Yu JH, Kim JS, Kim Sg

Purpose: This study aims to measure the improvement of balanced ability and rapid response of 30 healthy adults by performing dynamic stretching, static stretching, and sargent jump. Methods: The sample 30...
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Choice Stepping Reaction Time under Unstable Conditions in Healthy Young and Older Adults: A Reliability and Comparison Study

Lim JY, Lee SJ, Park DS

Purpose: We aimed to analyze the reliability of the test for choice stepping reaction time (CSRT) under an unstable surface and determine whether there were differences in CSRT between support...
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The association between pain, balance, fall, and disability in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis with vascular claudication

Güneş M, Özmen T, Güler TM

Background: The effect of lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) and peripheral vascular disease (PVD), which occurs with similar degenerative conditions, when seen together, has not been studied. The aim of this...
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Efficacy of an Integrated Training Device in Improving Muscle Strength, Balance, and Cognitive Ability in Older Adults

Roh CH, Kim DS, Kim GW, Won YH, Park SH, Seo JH, Ko MH

Objective To determine the effects of an integrated training device for strength and balance on extremity muscle strength, postural balance, and cognition in older adults using a combination with various...
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The Impact of Optical Illusions on the Vestibular System

Öztürk , Şerbetçioğlu MB, Ersin K, Yılmaz O

Background and Objectives: Balance control is maintained in stationary and dynamic conditions, with coordinated muscle responses generated by somatosensory, vestibular, and visual inputs. This study aimed to investigate how the...
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The Effects of an Integrated Management Program on Physical Function, Cognitive Function, and Depression in Patients with Subacute stroke

Yang GY, Min HS

Purpose : This study examined the effects of an integrated management program on physical function, cognitive function, and depression in patients with subacute stroke. Methods : A nonequivalent control group design...
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Morning Walk® -Assisted Gait Training Improves Walking Ability and Balance in Patients with Ataxia: a Randomized Controlled Trial

Jung C, Kim DY, Kwon S, Chun MH, Kim J, Kim SH

This study aimed to investigate walking ability and balance improvement of patients with ataxia caused by brain lesions after end-effector type robot (Morning Walk® )-assisted gait training. This study randomly...
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Ultrasound Imaging of the Trunk Muscles in Acute Stroke Patients and Relations With Balance Scales

Kim Y, Kim J, Nam H, Kim HD, Eom MJ, Jung SH, Han N

Objective To examine the correlation between ultrasonographic trunk muscle parameters and balance scales in mild acute stroke patients. Methods A total of 55 stroke patients with hemiparesis and motor power grade...
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Balance Ability in Low Back Pain Patients With Lumbosacral Radiculopathy Evaluated With Tetrax: A Matched Case-Control Study

Kim KH, Leem MJ, Yi TI, Kim JS, Yoon SY

Objective To compare postural balance ability in patients with low back pain between groups with and without lumbosacral radiculopathy. Methods Patients who were referred for electromyography because of low back pain...
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Inter-rater Reliability of Cervical Proprioception, Dynamic Balance and Dorsiflexion Range of Motion Using STARmat®

Park JW, Park S

Purpose: This study examined the inter-rater reliability of cervical proprioception, dynamic balance ability, and ankle dorsiflexion range of motion using STARmat®, which is a practical clinical tool that can provide...
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Radiological and Clinical Outcomes of Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion in Older Patients: A Comparative Analysis of Young-Old Patients (Ages 65–74 Years) and Middle-Old Patients (Over 75 Years)

Lee CH, Son DW, Lee SH, Lee JS, Sung SK, Lee SW, Song GS

Objective: Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) is the most commonly performed procedure for degenerative cervical spondylosis. Because of its relatively low invasiveness and surgical procedure, old age is not...
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The Relations between Sitting Balance and Functional Recovery according to Characteristics of the Stroke Patients

Kim DS, Ko MH, Won YH, Park SH, Seo JH, Kim GW

We measured the difference of sitting pressure between the affected and unaffected sides (DSPAU) using sitting pressure measured with a force platform to identify sitting imbalance. The aim of this...
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Correlation Between Mechanography and Clinical Parameters at Six Months After Hip Fracture Surgery

Min TJ, Cho J, Ha YC, Lim JY, Kang SH, Kim DK, Seo KM, Beom J

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the correlation between mechanography and clinical parameters in older people at 3 and 6 months after hip fracture surgery. METHODS: A longitudinal follow-up study was conducted in university...
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Long Term Effect of Custom-Molded Foot Orthoses on Foot Pain and Balance in Children with Symptomatic Flexible Flat Feet

Lee HJ, Lim KB, Yoo J, Kim J, Kang J, Lee H, Jeong TH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the long termeffect of custom-molded foot orthoses on foot pain and balance ability in children with symptomatic flexible flat feet after 1 year. METHOD: A total of 35...
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Effects of Treadmill Gait Training According to Different Inclination on Postural Balance in Patients with Chronic Stroke

Choi MS, Lee JS, Kim K, Kim YM

PURPOSE: This study was to examine the effects of treadmill gait training at different controlled inclinations on the standing balance of hemiplegic patients caused by cerebrovascular injury. METHODS: The study's subjects...
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Factors Influencing Activities-specific Balance Confidence in Community-dwelling Old Adults

Kim HR, Ko Y

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to identify factors influencing activities-specific balance confidence in community-dwelling older adults. METHODS: This is secondary analysis of data from an intervention study for improving...
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