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Floor to Stand Transfers. Peggy R. Trueblood, PhD, PT California State University, Fresno. Increased morbidity and mortality associated with long lie time following falls Therefore, important that participants practice floor to stand transfers. Progression. Supine. Supine to Sidelying.

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Floor to Stand Transfers

Peggy R. Trueblood, PhD, PTCalifornia State University, Fresno


  • Increased morbidity and mortality associated with long lie time following falls

  • Therefore, important that participants practice floor to stand transfers


Progression

  • Supine


  • Supine to Sidelying


  • Sidelying to side-sit


  • Side-sit to kneel with hands on floor


  • Easiest

    • Crawl to external support to pull-up to standing


  • More Difficult (emphasizes upper body strength)

    • Hand-walk to standing


  • More Difficult (emphasizes lower body strength)

    • Side-sit to kneel to half kneel to standing


  • Most Difficult

    • Supine/prone to symmetrical sit-up to squat to leg reliance to standing


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