Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

ISSN 2055-2386
Original Research

Effect of age on dynamic walking balance in a healthy population between the ages of 20 and 80 years

Marc Robertson1* and Robert Gregory1†

*Correspondence: Marc Robertson robertsonm1@southernct.edu

† This author Contributed equally to this work.

1. Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation  2018 5:13doi: 10.7243/2055-2386-5-13

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