Create
Learn
Share

Functional Balance Grading

rename
yovuxibo's version from 2017-10-25 01:26

Section 1

Question Answer
NormalPatient is able to maintain steady balance without hand-hold support (static) Patient accepts maximal challenge and can shift weight easily at full range in all directions (dynamic)
GoodPatient is able to maintain balance without hand-hold support, limited postural sway (static) Patient accepts moderate challenge; able to maintain balance while picking object off floor (dynamic)
FairPatient is able to maintain balance with hand-hold support; may require occasional minimal assistance (static) Patient accepts minimal challenge; Able to maintain balance while turning head/ trunk (dynamic)
PoorPatient requires hand-hold support and moderate to maximal assistance to maintain position (static) Patient able to accept challenge or move without loss of balance (dynamic)
AbsentPatient unable to maintain balance.
memorize

Section 2

Question Answer
PoorPatient requires hand-hold support
Poormoderate to maximal assistance to maintain position (static)
PoorPatient unable to accept challenge or move without loss of balance (dynamic)
FairPatient is able to maintain balance with hand-hold support;
Fairmay require occasional minimal assistance (static)
FairPatient accepts minimal challenge
FairAble to maintain balance while turning head/ trunk (dynamic)
memorize

Section 3

Question Answer
GoodPatient is able to maintain balance without hand-hold support
Good limited postural sway (static)
GoodPatient accepts moderate challenge;
GoodPatient accepts moderate challenge; able to maintain balance while picking object off floor (dynamic)
NormalPatient accepts maximal challenge and can shift weight easily at full range in all directions (dynamic)
NormalPatient is able to maintain steady balance without hand-hold support (static)
memorize