Investigating normal day to day variations in postural control in a healthy young population (age 18-40) using wii balance boards
|Title:||Investigating normal day to day variations in postural control in a healthy young population (age 18-40) using wii balance boards||Authors:||Johnston, William; Purcell, Ciaran; Duffy, C.; Casey, T.; Greene, Barry R.; Singleton, D.; Caulfield, Brian||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/7941||Date:||Oct-2015||Online since:||2016-09-15T15:49:16Z||Abstract:||Objective me asurements of postural control are frequently used to examine the causes of, features associated with, and therapeutic interventions for ankle instability. However, researchers have typically used single-session measures to represent postural control at one point in time. Recent studies in a healthy elderly population demonstrate significant variations in day-to-day postural control and suggest that single-session measurement may not truly reflect postural control capabilities. An investigation into patterns of day-to-day variation in postural control in a younger population are warranted.||Type of material:||Journal Article||Publisher:||BMJ Publishing Group||Journal:||British Journal of Sports Medicine||Volume:||49||Issue:||Suppl 1||Keywords:||Personal sensing||DOI:||10.1136/bjsports-2015-095573.54||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed||Conference Details:||6th International Ankle Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, 16-18 October 2015|
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