Source: Experimental Gerontology, 2017, online
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Date of publication: September 2017
Publication type: Journal article
In a nutshell: Physical-cognitive interventions seem promising to improve balance and gait performances and prevent falls in the elderly. Although these beneficial effects, it is still not clear whether these physical-cognitive training modalities leads to more general non-specific adaptations that can be transferred to some measures reflecting every day abilities.
Length of publication: 1 page
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