Dynamic balance is the ability to keep steady while standing and moving about. In contrast to static balance (feet stay in one spot), dynamic balan...
In Inpatient Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facilities it is common to have patients that are unable to sit independently. For these patients, learning ...
Balance exercises challenge one’s ability to remain “steady.” Steady being defined as no significant reliance on knee, hip, or stepping strategies; and no use of external support (touching with hand) to maintain balance. Basic examples of balance exercises include standing with heels together or shifting weight side to side. We know that exercises must challenge […]
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