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Escrime et psychomotricité en gériatrie : quel intérêt dans la prise en charge du risque de chute ?

Abstract : Each year, more than 37 million falls serious enough to require medical attention are counted. Age is one of the main risk factors, making the elderly the population most affected by this phenomenon. Beyond aging, the development of a neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease also increases this risk. The impact of a fall is physical, psychicological and social, suggesting the need for a psychomotor type of care. This thesis aims to demonstrate the value of an adapted fencing practice, within the field of psychomotricity, when in a quest for balance.
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Tristan Laurence. Escrime et psychomotricité en gériatrie : quel intérêt dans la prise en charge du risque de chute ?. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02273934⟩

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