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Comparison of the Berg Balance Scale and the Mini-BESTest for Assessing Balance in Ambulatory People With Spinal Cord Injury: Validation Study
Jorgensen V, Opheim A, Halvarsson A, Franzen E, Roaldsen Ks
PHYSICAL THERAPY 2017;97(6):677-687

Does a dynamic chair increase office workers' movements? - Results from a combined laboratory and field study
Grooten Wja, Äng Bo, Hagströmer M, Conradsson D, Nero H, Franzén E
Applied ergonomics 2017;60():1-11

Energy expenditure after spinal cord injury in people with motor-complete tetraplegia or motor-complete paraplegia
Holmlund T, Ekblom-bak E, Franzén E, Hultling C, Wahman K
Spinal cord 2017;():-

Energy expenditure in people with motor-complete paraplegia
Holmlund T, Ekblom-bak E, Franzén E, Hultling C, Wikmar Ln, Wahman K
Spinal cord 2017;55(8):774-781

Evaluation and implementation of highly challenging balance training in clinical practice for people with Parkinson's disease: protocol for the HiBalance effectiveness-implementation trial
Leavy B, Kwak L, Hagströmer M, Franzén E
BMC neurology 2017;17(1):27-

Falls and fear of falling predict future falls and related injuries in ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a longitudinal observational study
Jørgensen V, Butler Forslund E, Opheim A, Franzén E, Wahman K, Hultling C, et al
Journal of physiotherapy 2017;63(2):108-113

High incidence of falls and fall-related injuries in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury: A prospective study of risk indicators
Forslund Eb, Jørgensen V, Franzén E, Opheim A, Seiger Å, Ståhle A, et al
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 2017;49(2):144-151

Investigating the Mini-BESTest's construct validity in elderly with Parkinson's disease
Löfgren N, Benka Wallén M, Sorjonen K, Conradsson D, Franzén E
Acta neurologica Scandinavica 2017;135(6):614-621

Monitoring training activity during gait-related balance exercise in individuals with Parkinson's disease: a proof-of-concept-study
Conradsson D, Nero H, Löfgren N, Hagströmer M, Franzén E
BMC neurology 2017;17(1):19-

Perceptions of balance and falls following a supervised training intervention - a qualitative study of people with Parkinson's disease
Leavy B, Berntsson J, Franzén E, Skavberg Roaldsen K
Disability and rehabilitation 2017;():1-7

Pre- and unplanned walking turns in Parkinson's disease - Effects of dopaminergic medication
Conradsson D, Paquette C, Lökk J, Franzén E
Neuroscience 2017;341():18-26

"Pushing the Limits": Rethinking Motor and Cognitive Resources After a Highly Challenging Balance Training Program for Parkinson Disease
Leavy B, Roaldsen Ks, Nylund K, Hagstromer M, Franzen E
PHYSICAL THERAPY 2017;97(1):81-89

Reducing gait speed affects axial coordination of walking turns
Forsell C, Conradsson D, Paquette C, Franzén E
Gait & posture 2017;54():71-75

The validity of the Gait Variability Index for individuals with mild to moderate Parkinson's disease
Rennie L, Dietrichs E, Moe-nilssen R, Opheim A, Franzén E
Gait & posture 2017;54():311-317

Concerns about falling in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury--validation of the Swedish version of the spinal cord injury falls concern scale
Butler Forslund E, Roaldsen Ks, Hultling C, Wahman K, Franzén E
Spinal cord 2016;54(2):115-9

Depressive symptoms associated with concerns about falling in Parkinson's disease
Franzén E, Conradsson D, Hagströmer M, Nilsson Mh
Brain and behavior 2016;6(10):e00524-

Factors Associated With Recurrent Falls in Individuals With Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: A Multicenter Study
Jørgensen V, Butler Forslund E, Franzén E, Opheim A, Seiger Å, Ståhle A, et al
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 2016;97(11):1908-1916

Long-term effects of a progressive and specific balance-training programme with multi-task exercises for older adults with osteoporosis: a randomized controlled study
Halvarsson A, Oddsson L, Franzen E, Stahle A
CLINICAL REHABILITATION 2016;30(11):1049-1059

More Falls in Cerebellar Ataxia When Standing on a Slow Up-Moving Tilt of the Support Surface
Paquette C, Franzén E, Horak Fb
Cerebellum (London, England) 2016;15(3):336-42

Objectively Assessed Physical Activity and its Association with Balance, Physical Function and Dyskinesia in Parkinson's Disease
Nero H, Benka Wallén M, Franzén E, Conradsson D, Ståhle A, Hagströmer M
Journal of Parkinson's disease 2016;6(4):833-840

On "Benka Wallen M, Sorjonen K, Lofgren N, Franzen E. Structural validity of the Mini-Balance Evaluation Systems Test (Mini-BESTest) in people with mild to moderate Parkinson disease." Phys Ther. 2016; 96: 1799-1806 Response
Wallen Mb, Sorjonen K, Lofgren N, Franzen E
PHYSICAL THERAPY 2016;96(11):1845-1847

Structural Validity of the Mini-Balance Evaluation Systems Test (Mini-BESTest) in People With Mild to Moderate Parkinson Disease
Benka Wallén M, Sorjonen K, Löfgren N, Franzén E
Physical therapy 2016;96(11):1799-1806

Accelerometer Cut Points for Physical Activity Assessment of Older Adults with Parkinson's Disease
Nero H, Benka Wallén M, Franzén E, Ståhle A, Hagströmer M
PloS one 2015;10(9):e0135899-

Balance training with multi-task exercises improves fall-related self-efficacy, gait, balance performance and physical function in older adults with osteoporosis: a randomized controlled trial
Halvarsson A, Franzén E, Ståhle A
Clinical rehabilitation 2015;29(4):365-75

Effects of weight-shift training on walking ability, ambulation, and weight distribution in individuals with chronic stroke: a pilot study
Andersson P, Franzen E
TOPICS IN STROKE REHABILITATION 2015;22(6):437-43

Levels and Patterns of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Elderly People With Mild to Moderate Parkinson Disease
Benka Wallén M, Franzén E, Nero H, Hagströmer M
Physical therapy 2015;95(8):1135-41

The Effects of Highly Challenging Balance Training in Elderly With Parkinson's Disease: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Conradsson D, Löfgren N, Nero H, Hagströmer M, Ståhle A, Lökk J, et al
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 2015;29(9):827-36

Comparison of pedometer and accelerometer derived steps in older individuals with Parkinson's disease or osteoporosis under free-living conditions
Wallén Mb, Dohrn Im, Ståhle A, Franzén E, Hagströmer M
Journal of aging and physical activity 2014;22(4):550-6

Comparison of two accelerometer filter settings in individuals with Parkinson's disease
Wallén Mb, Nero H, Franzén E, Hagströmer M
Physiological measurement 2014;35(11):2287-96

Is highly challenging and progressive balance training feasible in older adults with Parkinson's disease?
Conradsson D, Löfgren N, Ståhle A, Franzén E
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 2014;95(5):1000-3

Self-reported function and disability in late life - cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Swedish version of the late-life function and disability instrument
Roaldsen Ks, Halvarsson A, Sarlija B, Franzen E, Ståhle A
Disability and rehabilitation 2014;36(10):813-7

The Mini-BESTest - a clinically reproducible tool for balance evaluations in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease?
Lofgren N, Lenholm E, Conradsson D, Stahle A, Franzen E
BMC NEUROLOGY 2014;:235-

Assessing the relative and absolute reliability of the Falls Efficacy Scale-International questionnaire in elderly individuals with increased fall risk and the questionnaire's convergent validity in elderly women with osteoporosis
Halvarsson A, Franzén E, Ståhle A
Osteoporosis international : a journal established as result of cooperation between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA 2013;24(6):1853-8

Is active sitting as active as we think?
Grooten Wj, Conradsson D, Äng Bo, Franzén E
Ergonomics 2013;56(8):1304-14

Long-term effects of new progressive group balance training for elderly people with increased risk of falling - a randomized controlled trial
Halvarsson A, Franzén E, Farén E, Olsson E, Oddsson L, Ståhle A
Clinical rehabilitation 2013;27(5):450-8

A novel conceptual framework for balance training in Parkinson's disease-study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Conradsson D, Löfgren N, Ståhle A, Hagströmer M, Franzén E
BMC neurology 2012;12():111-

Effects of Weight-Shift Training on Balance Control and Weight Distribution in Chronic Stroke: A Pilot Study
Tsaklis Pv, Grooten Wja, Franzen E
TOPICS IN STROKE REHABILITATION 2012;19(1):23-31

Light and Heavy Touch Reduces Postural Sway and Modifies Axial Tone in Parkinson's Disease
Franzen E, Paquette C, Gurfinkel V, Horak F
NEUROREHABILITATION AND NEURAL REPAIR 2012;26(8):1007-14

Relative and absolute reliability of the new "Step-Ex" step-execution test in elderly people with and without balance problems
Halvarsson A, Franzen E, Olsson E, Stahle A
DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2012;34(23):1986-92

Translation and validation of the Swedish version of the mini-BESTest in subjects with Parkinson's disease or stroke: a pilot study
Bergström M, Lenholm E, Franzén E
Physiotherapy theory and practice 2012;28(7):509-14

HAPTIC TOUCH REDUCES SWAY BY INCREASING AXIAL TONE
Franzen E, Gurfinkel Vs, Wright Wg, Cordo Pj, Horak Fb
NEUROSCIENCE 2011;:216-23

WALKING IN CIRCLES: NAVIGATION DEFICITS FROM PARKINSON'S DISEASE BUT NOT FROM CEREBELLAR ATAXIA
Paquette C, Franzen E, Jones Gm, Horak Fb
NEUROSCIENCE 2011;:177-83

Reduced performance in balance, walking and turning tasks is associated with increased neck tone in Parkinson's disease
Franzen E, Paquette C, Gurfinkel Vs, Cordo Pj, Nutt Jg, Horak Fb
EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY 2009;219(2):430-8

Age-related differences in postural adjustments in connection with different tasks involving weight transfer while standing
Jonsson E, Henriksson M, Hirschfeld H
GAIT & POSTURE 2007;26(4):508-15

Postural steadiness and weight distribution during tandem stance in healthy young and elderly adults
Jonsson E, Seiger A, Hirschfeld H
CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS 2005;20(2):202-8

One-leg stance in healthy young and elderly adults: a measure of postural steadiness?
Jonsson E, Seiger A, Hirschfeld H
CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS 2004;19(7):688-94

Does the functional reach test reflect stability limits in elderly people?
Jonsson E, Henriksson M, Hirschfeld H
JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE 2003;35(1):26-30

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