Postural control depends on the integration of multisensory information in the CNS. Audio biofeedback (ABF) systems have been shown to improve postural control, especially when natural sensory information is limited by environmental conditions or pathology [1]. However, the effects of ABF on the CNS and the neural mechanisms associated with its sensory augmentation are still unknown. We present here a novel methodology that we used during simple postural tasks to preliminary investigate such relationships on a single subject basis.

EEG correlates of postural audio-biofeedback

PIRINI, MARCO;MANCINI, MARTINA;TACCONI, CARLO;CHIARI, LORENZO
2009

Abstract

Postural control depends on the integration of multisensory information in the CNS. Audio biofeedback (ABF) systems have been shown to improve postural control, especially when natural sensory information is limited by environmental conditions or pathology [1]. However, the effects of ABF on the CNS and the neural mechanisms associated with its sensory augmentation are still unknown. We present here a novel methodology that we used during simple postural tasks to preliminary investigate such relationships on a single subject basis.
Proceedings of the XIX Conference of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR)
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M. Pirini; M. Mancini; C. Tacconi; L. Chiari
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