Tag Archives: Gait Disorder

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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Gait Changes in Parkinson’s Disease Predict Cognitive Decline? (NHS Choices / Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience)

Summary Subtle changes in the walking pattern (gait) of Parkinson’s patients may help predict their likely rate of cognitive decline. Full Text Link Reference Changes in ‘Parkinson’s walk’ predict dementia. London: NHS Choices Behind the Headlines, October 22nd 2014. This … Continue reading

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