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For the Berg Balance Test participants perform fourteen simple daily tasks, such as getting up from a chair and pick up a object on the ground.
The results of the study are presented in Table 2, indicating the average angle related to the balance of individuals by applying the adapted test Romberg Tinetti Gait and Berg Balance Test.
Participants are divided into risk groups for falls based on Dynamic Gait Index and Berg Balance Test scores.
In 2010 and 2011, all of the 45 older adults participating in the program achieved some reduction in fall risk as measured by improvements in the Berg Balance Test, Dynamic Gait Index, and the Personal Wellness Profile.
Bogle-Thorbahn L and Newron R (1996): Use of the Berg Balance test to predict falls in elderly persons.