The effect of a balance exercise class on activity limitations in people with parkinson’s disease

Anne Belton
SUMMARY Introduction Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease in the world today. Postural instability is one the four cardinal signs and causes reduced balance and can lead falls. Falls may have significant consequences. In addition PwPD experience increasing disability, reduced mobility, fear of falling and reduced quality of life. Pharmacology has been the cornerstone of treatment thus far, but may limited in treating postural instability. Increasing evidence suggests that physiotherapy...
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