Funded Project Details - FY2021
|Title:|| STUDY OF POSTURAL STABILITY IN SUBJECTS WITH MYELOPATHY USING A PORTABLE VIRTUAL REALITY BALANCE PROTOCOL.|
Richard J. Servatius
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|| February 2019 -
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Veterans are at heightened risk of developing cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM) from rigors of military service. Diagnosis of CSM involves a set of clinical findings and is confirmed by imaging the spine. Gait impairment and disturbances of stance control are hallmarks of CSM and are a consequence of abnormalities in proprioception due to dorsal column tract damage of the spine. Currently, gait and balance deficits rely on clinical level assessments and judgement for detection. An objective...
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