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Our laboratory focuses on altering an individual's normal pathway for fall prevention. The goal of our laboratory is to investigate the neuromechanical basis of balance recovery from external perturbations such as slips and trips and subsequently designing intervention models for reducing fall-risk in healthy and pathological populations. Our research also includes the effects of different alternative cognitive and motor therapies for improving motor recovery, function and participation in healthy and pathological populations with a special focus on adults with mild cognitive impairment and chronic stroke.

We emphasize enhancing motor, cognitive and cardiovascular function in an attempt to increase physical activity and community ambulation with an aim to reduce real-life falls among all populations.