# What is the berg?

The Berg was a proposed landscaping project by German architect Jakob Tigges to build the world’s largest artificial mountain at the location of the present Tempelhof airport in Berlin, Germany.

The Berg balance scale is used to objectively determine a patient’s ability (or inability) to safely balance during a series of predetermined tasks.

Beside above, how long does the Berg balance test take? 15–20 minutes

Beside above, what is Berg short for?

berg. noun. A mass of floating or stationary ice; an iceberg. Origin of berg. Short for iceberg.

Can you use assistive device Berg Balance?

On the Berg if you are doing it in a reliable way and the way it was intended, you cannot have the patient use an assistive device. If a patient really needs to use an assistive device, you should use another outcome measure too.

### Is the Berg balance scale standardized?

The Berg Balance Scale (BBS) was developed in 1989 to provide clinicians with a standardized measurement tool to assess balance in elderly individuals. The BBS is a 14 item scale that challenges individuals’ balance in a variety of functional positions, ranging from sitting to standing, and static to dynamic.

### What does the tug test measure?

The Timed Up and Go test (TUG) is a simple test used to assess a person’s mobility and requires both static and dynamic balance. It uses the time that a person takes to rise from a chair, walk three meters, turn around, walk back to the chair, and sit down.

### What does the FIM measure?

The Functional Independence Measure (FIM™) instrument is a basic indicator of patient disability. FIM™ is used to track the changes in the functional ability of a patient during an episode of hospital rehabilitation care.

### How is the Barthel index scored?

Scoring of the Barthel is done through assignment of different values to different activities. Individuals are scored on 10/15 activities which are summed to give a score of 0 (totally dependent) to 100 (fully independent). The scores are designed to reflect the amount of time and assistance a patient requires.

### What is functional gait assessment?

Objective. The Functional Gait Assessment (FGA) is a modification of the Dynamic Gait Index (DGI) that uses higher-level tasks to increase the applicability of the test to people with vestibular disorders and to eliminate the ceiling effect of the original test.

### What is the dynamic gait index?

The Dynamic Gait Index (DGI) was developed as a clinical tool to assess gait, balance and fall risk. It evaluates not only usual steady-state walking, but also walking during more challenging tasks.

### What is the elderly mobility scale?

Description The Elderly Mobility Scale (EMS) is a 20 point validated assessment tool for the assessment of frail elderly subjects (Smith 1994). Studies have shown that walking speed diminishes with age with the average walking speed of healthy women over 75 being 1 metre per second (Leiper et al 1991).

### Where does the name Berg come from?

Berg Name Meaning. German or Dutch: topographic name for someone who lived on or by a hill or mountain, from Middle High German berc. This name is widespread throughout central and eastern Europe. Scandinavian: habitational name for someone who lived at a farmstead named with Old Norse bjarg ‘mountain’, ‘hill’.

### Is Berg a word in Scrabble?

Yes, berg is in the scrabble dictionary.

### What does Burg mean at the end of a name?

In the German language, Burg means castle or fortress, though so many towns grew up around castles that it almost came to mean city, and is incorporated into many placenames, such as Hamburg, Flensburg and Strasburg. The word has cognates, or near cognates, in other Germanic languages.

### What does Berg mean German?

Berg is a surname of North European origin. In several Germanic languages (e.g. German, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish (Danish: Bjerg)), the word means “mount”, “mountain” or “cliff”.

### What is the 4/stage balance test?

The 4-Stage Balance Test is an assessment of static balance in four different and increasingly challenging positions – feet together, instep of foot advanced to toe of other foot, foot in front of other foot (tandem), and single leg stance.

### What is the Tinetti balance test?

The Tinetti-test was published by Mary Tinetti (Yale University) to assess the gait and balance in older adults and to assess perception of balance and stability during activities of daily living and fear of falling. It is also called Performance-Oriented Mobility Assessment (POMA).