(Last updated : 2021-09-07 14:55:55)
  Kazumi Nakahara
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position  Associate Professor
Basic Information
■ Research Fields
Rehabilitation science 
Academic Achievements
■ Selected Publications
1. 2020/11/11 Article Association between self-reported walking speed and calcaneal stiffness index in postmenopausal Japanese women BMC Geriatrics 20(466) (Collaboration) 
2. 2019/07 Article A s s o c i a t i o n b e t w e e n f e a r o f f a l l i n g a n d a c t i v i t i e s o f d a i l y l i v i n g a m o n g c o m m u n i t y - d w e l l i n g J a p a n e s e e l d e r l y .  pp.341-347 (Collaboration) 
3. 2018/01 Article Prevalence of fear of falling and associated factors among Japanese community-dwelling older adults Medicine 97(4),pp.e9721 (Collaboration) 
4. 2017/12 Article Exercise intervention implemented by trained volunteers improves health-related quality of life among Japanese community-dwelling older females: an intervention study Journal of Physical Therapy Science 29,pp.2126-2132 (Collaboration) 
5. 2016/05 Article Effects of a resistance training program performed with an interocclusal splint for community-dwelling older adults: a randomized controlled trial Journal of Physical Therapy Science 28巻(5号),pp.1499-1504 (Collaboration) 
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■ Selected Presentations
1. 2019/05/11 Effective extraction of physical function tests for screening community-dwelling older people with mild cognitive impairment (World Confederation for Physical Thrapy Congress 2019 Geneva)
2. 2009/10/08 Effectiveness of a Community Exercise Programme for Physically Frail Elderly People Assisted by Healthy Older Volunteers-Effective and Efficient Intervention through Volunteers- (Communications to the Autumn Meeting of the British Geriatrics Society)
3. 2009/10/08 Improvements of muscle strength and balance function of physically frail elderly people after intervention of a nurse-led community exercise programme for prevention of falls-changes of the strength and function- (Communications to the Autumn Meeting of the British Geriatrics Society)