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Spinal Implants May Revolutionise Walking Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s Disease? (BBC News / Parkinson’s UK)

Summary Canadian researchers working with electrical stimulation to the spines of chronic Parkinson’s Disease patients have discovered a technique to improve mobility and reduce the risk of falls. The implants improve feedback signals returning back up to the brain. “[Benefit … Continue reading

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Falls and Parkinson’s Disease (Parkinson’s UK)

Summary This factsheet, from the charity Parkinson’s UK, discusses falls and falls prevention in Parkinson’s Disease. It is written specifically to meet the information needs of patients, families and carers. Full Text Link Reference Falls and Parkinson’s. London: Parkinson’s UK, … Continue reading

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