Qualifications Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of Queensland Master of Physiotherapy (Research) - University of Queensland Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) - University of Queensland Doctor of Philosphy (Physiotherapy) - University of Queensland Nancy Low Choy is currently the Physiotherapy Program Coordinator at Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine and is a member of the Teaching & Learning Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine. Prior to arriving at Bond she worked at the University of Queensland. Nancy is currently a member of the Australian Association of Gerontology and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association & National Special Interest Groups: Educators Special Interest Group (Qld Branch), Neurology National Special Group (Qld Branch) and the Gerontology National Special Group (Qld Branch).
Measuring fall risk and predicting who will fall: Clinimetric properties of four fall risk assessment tools for residential aged care (with Anna L. Barker, Jennifer C. Nitz, and Terry P. Haines), Health Sciences & Medicine papers (2009)
Background: The purpose of this prospective cohort study was to describe the clinimetric evaluation of...
Controlling balance decline across the menopause using a balance-strategy training program: A randomized, controlled trial (with S. Fu and J. Nitz), Climacteric (2009)
Objective: To evaluate effectiveness and long-term benefits of a specific balance-strategy training program in sedentary...
Clinimetric evaluation of the physical mobility scale supports clinicians and researchers in residential aged care (with Anna L. Barker, Jennifer C. Nitz, and Terry P. Haines), Health Sciences & Medicine papers (2008)
To investigate the interrater agreement and the internal construct validity of the Physical...
Rationale and design of the PRSM study: Pulmonary rehabilitation of self management for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), what is the best approach? (with Angela T. Chang, Terry Haines, Claire Jackson, Ian Yang, Jennifer Nitz, and Bill Vicenzino), Contemporary clinical trials (2008)
Pulmonary rehabilitation is only accessible by a small proportion of individuals with COPD....
Comparison of sensorimotor disturbance between subjects with persistent whiplash associated disorder and subjects with acoustic neuromas (with Julia Treleaven, Ross Darnell, Ben Panizza, David Brown-Rothwell, and Gwendolen Jull), Archives of physical medicine & rehabilitation (2008)
To determine if differences exist in reported symptoms and in outcomes of sensorimotor...
A theoretical framework for the assessment and treatment of balance and mobility deficits, Physiotherapy practice in residential aged care (2004)
This chapter aims to:
Review the theoretical elements that contribute to balance...
Retraining balance using task-focussed work-stations, Physiotherapy practice in residential aged care (2004)
This chapter aims to:
Present a task-oriented approach to retraining balance and...