Objective gait and balance impairments relate to balance confidence and perceived mobility in people with parkinson disease

C. Curtze, J.G. Nutt, P. Carlson-Kuhta, M. Mancini, F.B. Horak

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JournalPhysical therapy
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Objective gait and balance impairments relate to balance confidence and perceived mobility in people with parkinson disease. / Curtze, C.; Nutt, J.G.; Carlson-Kuhta, P.; Mancini, M.; Horak, F.B.

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