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Home-based and individually designed exercise program; It consists of warming up, strengthening, balance exercises and walking plan. The number, intensity and duration of the movements are personalized according to preference and ability and are progressed gradually. Elderly individuals are expected to do this set of exercises three times a week and walk for 30 minutes twice a week. Since the Otago Exercise Programme includes combined exercises, the outputs of the effectiveness of the program will be different. For this purpose, the effect of otago exercises on fear of falling, balance, strengthening and functional mobility will be determined in the elderly living in nursing homes.


Clinical Trial Description

The first four weeks will be Otago Exercise Programme training and practice. For the next weeks, there will be institution visits and telephone interviews. Individuals will be given an Otago Exercise Programme training booklet, exercise chart and exercise diary to better manage this process. The research will be conducted in small groups (average 6-8). The control group is expected to continue their daily life. No attempt will be made by the researcher during the research process. Stratified randomization method according to age and gender was used in the study. The website was used to assign individuals meeting the inclusion criteria in each stratum to a determined number of groups. Masking will be done in terms of research data/output measurements (evaluator), statistician and reporting. ;


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NCT number NCT05213091
Study type Interventional
Source Gazi University
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date September 20, 2021
Completion date August 15, 2022

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