Balance System™ SD

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Sample Screens

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Six Standardized Testing Modes

Fall Risk Screening, Bilateral Comparison, Dynamic or Static Limits of Stability, Postural Stability, Sensory Integration and Motor Control environments are included.

Fall Risk Screening Test [2]   Fall Risk Screening Test [3]  
Fall Risk
Measures and compares sway velocity against normative data to predict risk. The sway velocity index is derived from velocity and patient height.
   Sensory Integration
Includes the mCTSIB test, the BESS test and the ability
to create custom sensory integration and balance tests.
Bilateral Comparison [4]   Postural Sway [5] [6]  
Bilateral Comparison
Measures and compares the stability of one leg to the other, used primarily for testing orthopedic injuries.
   Postural Sway
Quantifies a patient’s ability to maintain center of balance. The “Stability Index” is the average position from center, while “Sway Index” measures movement.
 Limits of Stability [7]    Motor Control Testing [8]  
Limits of Stability
Determines how far a patient can sway with no preset distance required. The angle of sway is a predetermined standard. 
   Motor Control
Shift weight to move the cursor from center – to a blinking target – and back to center quickly with as little deviation as possible.