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Determining optimal wearable sensor location for detection of differences in younger versus older adults.
Objectives: Previous studies have assessed the efficacy of wearable sensors in detecting differences between younger and older adults or non-fallers and fallers as a means for predicting fall risk in these populations. ...
Designing a Sustainable in-Clinic Protocol to Expand Postural Stability Data Collection
Purpose: Assessing postural stability may help to predict fall risk and aid in understanding underlying mechanisms of injuries due to falls. Several studies have compared postural stability in different populations of ...
Atypical Presentation of Focal Dystonia in Female Bassoonist: A Case Study
Background: Focal dystonia is a disorder characterized by sustained or intermittent muscle contractions causing abnormal or repetitive movements. Musicians dystonia is focal task-specific dystonia (FTSD) elicited in ...
How "in tune" are musicians to their musculoskeletal problems? A survey of dancers, instrumentalists, and vocal performers.
RAD Abstract Submission How "in tune" are musicians to their musculoskeletal problems? A survey of dancers, instrumentalists, and vocal performers. Purpose This is an ongoing survey of dancers, instrumentalists, and vocal ...