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four square step test,
A clinical test in which the client is asked to step and change direction while avoiding obstacles, in order to stratify adults with respect to their risk of falling.
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We undertook this study to modify the FSST to allow more people with stroke to complete the test while retaining the fundamental components of obstacle avoidance and the requirement that subjects step forward, backward, and to each side.
Subjects attended up to two testing sessions in which they first completed the FSST by stepping over canes and then by stepping over 2 in.
The strategy will have six key pillars and 100 initiatives on transport, communications, infrastructure, electricity, economic services and urban planning -- also the key features being covered in the FSST
(129) In June 1989, the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (FSST
) became the first tribe to request negotiations.
(7) Additionally, the court mistakenly applied both federal and state First Amendment principles to the FSST
and its member.