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Brain Sci., Volume 9, Issue 2 (February 2019) – 29 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Measuring gait and postural control provides valuable information about neurological conditions. [...] Read more. Measuring gait and postural control provides valuable information about neurological conditions. Using quantifiable measures of gait and postural control, we can evaluate subtle impairments as well as providing a standardised approach for clinical use. Research supports the use of gait and postural control outcomes for risk prediction, disease phenotyping, to enhance diagnostic algorithms and track disease progression. In turn, this allows optimised therapeutic interventions and clinical management. This review highlights the efforts made in Parkinson’s disease, ataxia and dementia. It also envisions future directions for quantitative gait and postural control assessment in the management of neurological disorders with technological advancements and the evolution of data analytics. View this paper