The use of a balance performance monitor in the treatment of weight-bearing and weight-transference problems after stroke

C. M. Sackley, B. I. Baguley, S. Gent, P. Hodgson

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Abnormal stance symmetry is a common problem after stroke. Augmented feedback incorporated into a physiotherapy programme has been shown to be an effective method of correcting this problem. However, the literature fails to give details of the treatment procedures.

This article provides a background to existing research and describes a method of implementing it. The main aim of the paper is to outline a physiotherapy treatment programme using a balance performance monitor to provide visual feedback.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)907-913
Number of pages7
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 1992


  • Stroke
  • physiotherapy
  • visaul feedback

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