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The reliability of four simple mobility milestones following stroke

Baer, G. and Rowe, P.J. (2001) The reliability of four simple mobility milestones following stroke. Physiotherapy, 88 (12). p. 759. ISSN 0031-9406

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Abstract

Four simple mobility milestones were designed as standardised measures to be used prospectively to observe recovery and plan management following stroke. They measure the tasks of sitting balance, standing balance, and ability to take ten steps and walk ten metres. This study aimed to establish the reliability of the mobility milestones.