Stephen R. Lord mainly focuses on Physical therapy, Balance, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Randomized controlled trial and Injury prevention. Stephen R. Lord interconnects Ankle, Rate ratio and Risk factor in the investigation of issues within Physical therapy. His work carried out in the field of Balance brings together such families of science as Rehabilitation, Proprioception, Predictive value of tests and Deformity.
His Physical medicine and rehabilitation study incorporates themes from Older people, Podiatry and Sensation. The concepts of his Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Clinical trial, Gerontology, Intervention and Physical exercise. His study in Injury prevention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Stephen R. Lord mainly investigates Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Balance, Gerontology and Injury prevention. His work in the fields of Physical therapy, such as Rehabilitation, intersects with other areas such as Fall prevention. While the research belongs to areas of Physical medicine and rehabilitation, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cognition, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Task.
The Balance study combines topics in areas such as Anxiety, Proprioception, Falling and Risk factor. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention and Falling. His research integrates issues of Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics in his study of Injury prevention.
Stephen R. Lord spends much of his time researching Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Balance, Physical therapy, Fall prevention and Cognition. The Physical medicine and rehabilitation study which covers Parkinson's disease that intersects with Movement disorders. His research in Balance intersects with topics in Rehabilitation, Function and Anxiety.
Stephen R. Lord studies Physical therapy, focusing on Activities of daily living in particular. His Cognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Task and Dementia. His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Clinical trial, Quality of life and Mood.
Stephen R. Lord mostly deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Gait, Physical therapy, Cognition and Fall prevention. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dementia and Parkinson's disease. The study incorporates disciplines such as Randomized controlled trial and CINAHL in addition to Physical therapy.
He has researched Cognition in several fields, including Test, Audiology and Falling. Fall prevention is a primary field of his research addressed under Injury prevention. His work often combines Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health studies.
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Effective Exercise for the Prevention of Falls: A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis
Catherine Sherrington;Julie C. Whitney;Stephen R. Lord;Robert D. Herbert.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2008)
A Physiological Profile Approach to Falls Risk Assessment and Prevention
Stephen R Lord;Hylton B Menz;Anne Tiedemann.
Physical Therapy (2003)
Falls in older people: risk factors and strategies for prevention.
S. R. Lord;C. Sherrington;H. B. Menz;J. C. T. Close.
Falls in older people: risk factors and strategies for prevention. (2007)
Physiological factors associated with falls in older community-dwelling women
Stephen R. Lord;John A. Ward;Philippa Williams;Kaarin J. Anstey.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1994)
Community‐based group exercise improves balance and reduces falls in at‐risk older people: a randomised controlled trial
Anne Barnett;Ben Smith;Stephen R Lord;Mandy Williams.
Age and Ageing (2003)
Preseason Hamstring Muscle Weakness Associated with Hamstring Muscle Injury in Australian Footballers
J. Orchard;J. Marsden;S. Lord;D. Garlick.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (1997)
Sit-to-Stand Performance Depends on Sensation, Speed, Balance, and Psychological Status in Addition to Strength in Older People
Stephen R. Lord;Susan M. Murray;Kirsten Chapman;Bridget J. Munro.
Journals of Gerontology Series A-biological Sciences and Medical Sciences (2002)
Cognitive, sensory and physical factors enabling driving safety in older adults.
Kaarin J. Anstey;Joanne M. Wood;Stephen Lord;Janine G. Walker.
Clinical Psychology Review (2005)
Postural stability and associated physiological factors in a population of aged persons
Stephen R. Lord;Russell D. Clark;Ian W. Webster.
Journal of Gerontology (1991)
Exercise to prevent falls in older adults: An updated meta-analysis and best practice recommendations
Catherine Sherrington;Catherine Sherrington;Anne Tiedemann;Anne Tiedemann;Nicola Fairhall;Nicola Fairhall;Jacqueline C.T. Close.
New South Wales Public Health Bulletin (2011)
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