CTSIBClinical Test of Sensory Interaction on Balance
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The inability to balance with eyes shut when standing on foam (CTSIB test) suggested a vestibular disturbance; standing on the foam with closed eyes alters somatosensory and eliminates visual input.
The amount of postural instability, in terms of degrees of sway on the balance platform, ranged from 4 to 13[degrees] across the first 5 conditions of the CTSIB, and did not differ significantly between the dizzy group and the comparison group (see Fig.
The Clinical Test of Sensory Integration and Balance (CTSIB) (Shumway-Cook and Horak 1986, Cohen et al 1993) assesses the integrity of the sensory components of balance control.