The four square step test (FSST) was first validated in healthy older adults to provide a measure of dynamic standing balance and mobility. The FSST has since been used in a variety of patient populations. The purpose of this systematic review is to determine the validity and reliability of the FSST in these different adult patient populations.
The literature search was conducted to highlight all the studies that measured validity and reliabilit...Expand abstract
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The validity and reliability of the four square step test in different adult populations: a systematic review.
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