Michael Schwenk
Michael Schwenk
Heidelberg University and University of Konstanz
Zweryfikowany adres z nar.uni-heidelberg.de - Strona główna
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Dual-task performances can be improved in patients with dementia
M Schwenk, T Zieschang, P Oster, K Hauer
Neurology 74 (24), 1961-1968, 2010
Physical Training Improves Motor Performance in People with Dementia: A Randomized Controlled Trial
K Hauer, M Schwenk, T Zieschang, M Essig, C Becker, P Oster
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 2012
The impact of mild cognitive impairment on gait and balance: a systematic review and meta-analysis of studies using instrumented assessment
L Bahureksa, B Najafi, A Saleh, M Sabbagh, D Coon, MJ Mohler, ...
Gerontology 63 (1), 67-83, 2017
Definitions and methods of measuring and reporting on injurious falls in randomised controlled fall prevention trials: a systematic review
M Schwenk, A Lauenroth, C Stock, RR Moreno, P Oster, G McHugh, ...
BMC Medical Research Methodology 12 (1), 50, 2012
Validity and sensitivity to change of the Falls Efficacy Scales International to assess fear of falling in older adults with and without cognitive impairment
KA Hauer, GIJM Kempen, M Schwenk, L Yardley, N Beyer, C Todd, ...
Gerontology 57 (5), 462-472, 2011
Fall detection with body-worn sensors
L Schwickert, C Becker, U Lindemann, C Maréchal, A Bourke, L Chiari, ...
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 46 (8), 706-719, 2013
Wearable sensor-based in-home assessment of gait, balance, and physical activity for discrimination of frailty status: baseline results of the Arizona frailty cohort study
M Schwenk, J Mohler, C Wendel, M Fain, R Taylor-Piliae, B Najafi
Gerontology 61 (3), 258-267, 2015
Frailty and technology: a systematic review of gait analysis in those with frailty
M Schwenk, C Howe, A Saleh, J Mohler, G Grewal, D Armstrong, B Najafi
Gerontology 60 (1), 79-89, 2014
Improvements in gait characteristics after intensive resistance and functional training in people with dementia: a randomised controlled trial
M Schwenk, T Zieschang, S Englert, G Grewal, B Najafi, K Hauer
BMC geriatrics 14 (1), 1-9, 2014
Interactive sensor-based balance training in older cancer patients with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: a randomized controlled trial
M Schwenk, GS Grewal, D Holloway, A Muchna, L Garland, B Najafi
Gerontology 62 (5), 553-563, 2016
Sensor-based interactive balance training with visual joint movement feedback for improving postural stability in diabetics with peripheral neuropathy: a randomized controlled …
GS Grewal, M Schwenk, J Lee-Eng, S Parvaneh, M Bharara, RA Menzies, ...
Gerontology 61 (6), 567-574, 2015
Sensor-derived physical activity parameters can predict future falls in people with dementia
M Schwenk, K Hauer, T Zieschang, S Englert, J Mohler, B Najafi
Gerontology 60 (6), 483-492, 2014
Test–retest reliability and minimal detectable change of repeated sit-to-stand analysis using one body fixed sensor in geriatric patients
M Schwenk, S Gogulla, S Englert, A Czempik, K Hauer
Physiological measurement 33 (11), 1931, 2012
Interactive balance training integrating sensor-based visual feedback of movement performance: a pilot study in older adults
M Schwenk, GS Grewal, B Honarvar, S Schwenk, J Mohler, DS Khalsa, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11 (1), 1-13, 2014
Effects of wearable sensor-based balance and gait training on balance, gait, and functional performance in healthy and patient populations: a systematic review and meta …
K Gordt, T Gerhardy, B Najafi, M Schwenk
Gerontology 64 (1), 74-89, 2018
Proposal for a multiphase fall model based on real-world fall recordings with body-fixed sensors
C Becker, L Schwickert, S Mellone, F Bagalà, L Chiari, JL Helbostad, ...
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 45 (8), 707-715, 2012
Feasibility and effectiveness of intervention programmes integrating functional exercise into daily life of older adults: a systematic review
M Weber, N Belala, L Clemson, E Boulton, H Hawley-Hague, C Becker, ...
Gerontology 64 (2), 172-187, 2018
An intensive exercise program improves motor performances in patients with dementia: translational model of geriatric rehabilitation
M Schwenk, I Dutzi, S Englert, W Micol, B Najafi, J Mohler, K Hauer
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 39 (3), 487-498, 2014
Rollator use adversely impacts on assessment of gait and mobility during geriatric rehabilitation
M Schwenk, M Schmidt, M Pfisterer, P Oster, K Hauer
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 43 (5), 424-429, 2011
Does integrative medicine enhance balance in aging adults? Proof of concept for the benefit of electroacupuncture therapy in Parkinson's disease
N Toosizadeh, H Lei, M Schwenk, SJ Sherman, E Sternberg, J Mohler, ...
Gerontology 61 (1), 3-14, 2015
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