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Session ID: AP5D-Accepted Papers 5D Balance and Mobility after Brain Injury
Friday, March 4, 2016, 1:30pm - 3:00pm

Balance and Mobility after Brain Injury
0392 Implementation of an Early Mobilization Protocol for Patients with Acute Acquired Brain Injury
Silke Bernert*, Danielle Burch, Charles C Lush, Justin F. Fraser
University of Kentucky, USA
0222 Factors Associated with Dizziness and Balance Problems Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Ingerid Kleffelgaard*1, Birgitta Langhammer2, Torgeir Hellstrom1, Maria Sandhaug3, Cecilie Roe1, Helene L. Soberg1
1Oslo University Hospital, Ulleval, Norway, 2Oslo and Akershus University College, Norway, 3Statped Head Office, Norway
0038 Sensitivity and Specificity of Subacute Concussion Detection May be Increased With the Addition of Balance and Visual-Vestibular Assessments
Jane McDevitt*1, Kwadwo Osei Appiah-Kubi2, Ryan Tierney2, W. Geoffrey Wright2
1East Stroudsburg University, USA, 2Temple University, USA
0770 The Relationship Between High Level Balance and Post-Concussion Symptoms following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Mark Slatyer*1, Clive Skilbeck2
1Royal Hobart Hospital, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Australia
0331 Walking Speed is Associated with Cognitive Function After Head Injury
Linda Maclean*1, Maria Gardani1, Marie Laurie2, Jessica Wainman-Lefley1, Thomas McMillan1
1University of Glasgow, UK, 2NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, UK
0796 Contributing Factors in Mobility-Related Participation Restriction in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): An Australian Community Patient Perspective
Pearl Chung*1, Ian Baguley2, Gavin Williams1, Mary Galea1, Rodney Judson1, Fary Khan1
1The University of Melbourne, Australia, 2The University of Sydney, Australia
0662 The Effect of a Home-Based Walking with a Metronome Program on Gait Dynamics in Children Post Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Hemda Rotem*2, Maayan Shofer2, Michal Katz-Leurer1
1Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2ALYN Children and Adolescent Rehabilitation Center, Israel
0128 High Level Mobility Outcomes in a Neurological Population – An Observational Study Exploring a Group Exercise Intervention
Irene Galligan*, James Egan
National Rehabilitation Hospital, Ireland