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Abbreviation : PPA
Long Form : Physiological Profile Assessment
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Effects of the falls and fractures clinic as an integrated multidisciplinary model of care in Australia: a pre-post study. FFC
2019 Longitudinal associations between dietary inflammatory index and musculoskeletal health in community-dwelling older adults. ALM, BMD, DII, E-DII, TASOAC
2019 The role of cognitive function and physical activity in physical decline in older adults across the cognitive spectrum. CN, MCI, PA
2019 The upper limb Physiological Profile Assessment: Description, reliability, normative values and criterion validity. ---
2018 Relationship Between Physiological and Perceived Fall Risk in People With Multiple Sclerosis: Implications for Assessment and Management. FESi, MS, OR
2017 Effects of Tai Chi on Cognition and Fall Risk in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Randomized Controlled Trial. aMCI, LM, TMT B-A
2016 Can the Otago falls prevention program be delivered by video? A feasibility study. OEP
2016 Does vibration training reduce the fall risk profile of frail older people admitted to a rehabilitation facility? A randomised controlled trial. FIM, MFES, VT
2016 Fall risk in Chinese community-dwelling older adults: A physiological profile assessment study. ---
10  2016 Fall risk in people with MS: A Physiological Profile Assessment study. MS
11  2016 Risk of falls in Brazilian elders with and without low back pain assessed using the Physiological Profile Assessment: BACE study. BACE, LBP
12  2016 Use of a physiological profile to document motor impairment in ageing and in clinical groups. ---
13  2015 Association between physiological falls risk and physical performance tests among community-dwelling older adults. DHGS, FRT, GST, SBT, SPPB, TST, TUG
14  2015 Preliminary investigation of gait initiation and falls in multiple sclerosis. MS
15  2015 Stride-Time Variability and Fall Risk in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis. CV, PwMS
16  2014 Effect of a multifactorial, interdisciplinary intervention on risk factors for falls and fall rate in frail older people: a randomised controlled trial. ---
17  2014 Inertial measurements of free-living activities: assessing mobility to predict falls. ---
18  2014 Peripheral vestibular dysfunction is prevalent in older adults experiencing multiple non-syncopal falls versus age-matched non-fallers: a pilot study. FGA, FGA
19  2013 A randomized controlled pilot study of home-based step training in older people using videogame technology. CSRT, IG
20  2013 Altered visual-spatial attention to task-irrelevant information is associated with falls risk in older adults. ERPs
21  2013 Angiotensin system-blocking medications are associated with fewer falls over 12 months in community-dwelling older people. alpha-blockers, ASBMs
22  2013 Effects of a multifactorial fall prevention program on fall incidence and physical function in community-dwelling older adults with risk of falls. CG, GDS, IG, TUG
23  2013 Pain and anxiety mediate the relationship between dizziness and falls in older people. RR
24  2013 Risk factors for falls in multiple sclerosis: an observational study. EDSS, MS
25  2012 A randomized controlled trial to investigate the effects of water-based exercise to improve falls risk and physical function in older adults with lower-extremity osteoarthritis. OA
26  2012 Evidence of detraining after 12-week home-based exercise programs designed to reduce fall-risk factors in older people recently discharged from hospital. SR, WB
27  2012 Good memory as a predictor of falls: fact or artefact. ---
28  2012 Perception of the postural vertical and falls in older people. ---
29  2012 Physiological fall risk factors in cognitively impaired older people: a one-year prospective study. ---
30  2012 White matter hyperintensities are an independent predictor of physical decline in community-dwelling older people. WMHs
31  2011 A novel video game--based device for measuring stepping performance and fall risk in older people. ABC, CI, CSRT, DSST, FES-I, IPEQ, RT, TMT
32  2011 Functional neural correlates of reduced physiological falls risk. ---
33  2011 Gait initiation in older people--Time to first lateral movement may be the measure of choice. FLM, GI
34  2011 Minimal chair height standing ability is independently associated with falls in Taiwanese older people. MCHS
35  2010 What are the relations between voluntary postural sway measures and falls-history status in community-dwelling older adults? ---
36  2009 Reducing risk of falling in older people discharged from hospital: a randomized controlled trial comparing seated exercises, weight-bearing exercises, and social visits. WB
37  2008 Increased risk of falling in older community-dwelling women with mild cognitive impairment. MCI, MoCA
38  2008 Older women with age-related macular degeneration have a greater risk of falls: a physiological profile assessment study. AMD, AMD
39  2008 The reliability and predictive accuracy of the falls risk for older people in the community assessment (FROP-Com) tool. FR, ICC, TUG
40  2007 Physiological falls risk assessment in older people with Alzheimer's disease. AD
41  2006 Community-dwelling seniors who present to the emergency department with a fall do not receive Guideline care and their fall risk profile worsens significantly: a 6-month prospective study. AGS, ED
42  2006 Falls risk is associated with pain and dysfunction but not radiographic osteoarthritis in older adults: Tasmanian Older Adult Cohort study. JSN, ROA, WOMAC
43  2005 Streamlining assessment and intervention in a falls clinic using the Timed Up and Go Test and Physiological Profile Assessments. ROC, TUGT
44  2005 The effect of an individualized fall prevention program on fall risk and falls in older people: a randomized, controlled trial. CG, EIG, MIG
45  2004 Resistance and agility training reduce fall risk in women aged 75 to 85 with low bone mass: a 6-month randomized, controlled trial. ---
46  2003 A physiological profile approach to falls risk assessment and prevention. ---