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The Boston Rehabilitative Impairment Study of the Elderly: a description of methods.
A comparison of straight- and curved-path walking tests among mobility-limited older adults.
Disability research: progress made, opportunities for even greater gains.
Does functionally based activity make a difference to health status and mobility? A randomised controlled trial in residential care facilities (The Promoting Independent Living Study; PILS).
Pattern of functional change during rehabilitation of patients with hip fracture.
How Should Disability Be Measured in Older Adults? An Analysis from the Boston Rehabilitative Impairment Study of the Elderly.
Leg and Trunk Impairments Predict Participation in Life Roles in Older Adults: Results From Boston RISE.
Neuromuscular Impairments Contributing to Persistently Poor and Declining Lower-Extremity Mobility Among Older Adults: New Findings Informing Geriatric Rehabilitation.
The Relationship Among Neuromuscular Impairments, Chronic Back Pain, and Mobility in Older Adults.
A Novel Approach to Identifying Trajectories of Mobility Change in Older Adults.
The rehabilitation enhancing aging through connected health (REACH) study: study protocol for a quasi-experimental clinical trial.
Neuromuscular Attributes Associated With Lower Extremity Mobility Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults.
Establishing the Link Between Lean Mass and Grip Strength Cut Points With Mobility Disability and Other Health Outcomes: Proceedings of the Sarcopenia Definition and Outcomes Consortium Conference.