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Correlation Between Two Clinical Balance Measures in Older Adults: Functional Mobility and Sensory Organization Test
The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
Background. Functional mobility of older adults has been shown to correlate with stance stability to various extents. This variability could be due to the difference in the way sensory information is processed in these two types of balance tests. Correlations between functional mobility and stance stability under altered sensory conditions, such as those in the Sensory Organization Test (SOT), are needed to test this possibility. The present study investigated the correlation between thedoi:10.1093/gerona/53a.2.m140 pmid:9520921 fatcat:42xgatf5wje27cyy3bsa7akrbi