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The Principles of Balance Treatment and Rehabilitation 

The Principles of Balance Treatment and Rehabilitation
The Principles of Balance Treatment and Rehabilitation

Marousa Pavlou

and Di Newham

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date: 28 October 2021

This chapter intends to bridge the gap between clinical neurologists, ENT specialists, and physiotherapists. It aims to provide 1) an understanding of the balance components that should be assessed and potentially included within a balance rehabilitation programme; 2) an understanding of various types of exercises that can be practiced according to individual impairments and symptoms; 3) a brief review of the evidence for balance rehabilitation for specific patient populations.

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