Using the Star Excursion Balance Test to Assess Dynamic.
The Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) and lower quarter Y-Balance Test (YBT) are two of the most prominent tools in the literature to measure dynamic balance of the lower extremity. 10 The SEBT began as a star comprised of four lines, all crossing at the same center point. 11 To complete the test, an individual stands at the center of the star then reaches with the contralateral leg as far as.
NThe Star Excursion Balance Test is a reliable measure and a valid dynamic test to predict risk of lower extremity injury, to identify dynamic balance deficits in patients with lower extremity conditions, and to be responsive to training programs in healthy participants and those with lower extremity conditions.
The Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) is a test of dynamic balance, using in a single-leg stance that requires strength, flexibility, core control and proprioception. The test requires subjects to balance on one leg and reach as far as possible in eight different directions. The similar Y-Balance Test was derived from this test.
To estimate intratester and intertester reliability and learning effects during the Star Excursion Balance Tests (SEBTs).
The Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) is an eight-direction, maximal-reach balance test whose measurement properties are unknown in participants with chronic patellar instability.
Abstract The Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) is an eight-direction, maximal-reach balance test whose measurement properties are unknown in participants with chronic patellar instability. We designed an observational study with repeated measures to evaluate the test-retest.
Measuring dynamic postural control and mobility using task-based full-body movements has been advocated. The star excursion balance test (SEBT) is well-established, but it does not elicit large upper body joint movements. Therefore, the hand reach.
Therefore, the hand reach star excursion balance test (HSEBT) was developed. The purpose of the current study was to assess the inter-rater and test-retest reliability and validity of the HSEBT. Twenty-nine healthy male subjects performed ten HSEBT reaches on each leg on four different occasions, led by three different raters.
Although the Star Excursion Balance test (SEBT) has shown a good intrasession reliability, the intersession reliability of this test has not been deeply studied. Furthermore, there is an evident high influence of the lower limbs in the performance of the SEBT, so even if it has been used to measure core stability, it is possibly not the most suitable measurement.
Methods to assess lower extremity dynamic balance include the Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) and Lower Quarter Y-Balance Test (YBT). Due to the importance of dynamic balance it is imperative to establish reliable quantification techniques.
Validity and Reliability. The Modified BASS Balance Test is a sparsely used balance test. Due to insufficient validation, the test is not recommended in scientific practice. Ambegaonkar et al. describe the test to have “acceptable reliability of 0.75” (2) and a validity of 0.46 (1, 8). However, since the authors did not go any deeper on this, and the original source from Johnson and Leach.
The Y-balance test (YBT) is the instrumented version of the modified Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) that has been regarded as reliable and valid measure to evaluate dynamic balance (Alnahdi.
Reliability was determined using a within-subjects repeated measures design, while the validation was a cross-sectional study. 2.3. Procedures Hand Reach Star Excursion Balance Test (HSEBT) The HSEBT consists of eight horizontal and two rotational hand reach tests executed separately standing on the right and the left foot. Similar to the SEBT.
Objective: To identify integrated EMG (I-EMG) activity of 6 lower-extremity muscles during the 8 Star Excursion Balance Tests (SEBTs). Design and Setting: Repeated measures, laboratory setting. Subjects: 10 healthy young adults. Interventions: The SEBTs require the subject to balance on the stance leg and maximally reach with the contralateral foot along each of 8 lines extending from a common.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the measurement properties of the star excursion balance test (SEBT) in patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA). Specific objectives were to estimate: 1) test-retest reliability, 2) concurrent validity of observer measurements compared to a 3D motion capture system, and 3) longitudinal validity in response to 12 weeks of neuromuscular exercises.
Chapter 3: Cross-cultural adaptation, Reliability, Internal Consistency and validation of the Arabic version of the Knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (KOOS) for Egyptian people.