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The Next Frontier in Parkinson’s: Innovative Approaches to Combat Freezing of Gait

More than half of patients with Parkinson’s disease suffer from Freezing of gait. Here’s an interview with two of the authors of a review, Moran Gilat, PhD, and Simon JG Lewis, MBBCh, BSc, FRCP, FRACP, MD, regarding current therapeutic challenges and potential new treatments for Freezing.

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Parkinson Rehabilitation with GONDOLA Device

GONDOLA is back in discussion on Telecolor (channel 18 on digital terrestrial) during the Health Laboratory broadcast. In this episode, there was a specific focus on Parkinson’s rehabilitation with Dr. Stefano Tassin, the creator of GONDOLA, and Dr. Maurizio Gilardi, a physiotherapist and head of the HISO center in Milan.

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7 things to do after receiving a Parkinson’s diagnosis

Discovering you have Parkinson’s disease, a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by tremors and disturbances in speech and gait, is a bitter pill to swallow. But by doing some research on the disease, now more than ever, there are a number of smart strategies you can adopt to help slow down the progression of the disease, allowing you to live life to the fullest potential.

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Exploring Deep Brain Stimulation: Timing Isn’t Always Everything

A group of researchers in Germany and France recently published the results of a clinical trial that examined the benefit of using Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) on young patients in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease.

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What are the sports that are most highly recommended for patients with Parkinson’s disease?

Although, to date, there is still no cure capable of stopping the progression of the disease, doctors and rehabilitation specialists recommend a healthy and active lifestyle for patients (in conjunction with traditional pharmacological therapies) to improve the management of some specific symptoms.

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What exercises are suitable for Parkinson’s disease?

In this article, we examine why exercise benefits individuals with Parkinson’s disease and how it impacts the brain. We also take a look at some examples and advice for exercising with this condition.

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Regular high-intensity exercise can slow down the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative motor system disorder characterized by uncontrollable tremors in various parts of the body, particularly in the arms and legs, as well as poor balance and coordination of movements

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Parkinson’s Disease: a few tips to prevent and overcome Freezing of Gait

Despite standard treatments for Parkinson’s Disease (pharmacological, surgical and physical therapy) might reduce the occurrence and severity of Freezing episodes, indeed, many patients develop therapy-resistant forms of FOG – Especially at advanced stages of the disease. We have collected in this article some useful advices that will help you to prevent the onset of new FOG episodes and a series of tips to keep in mind to faster overcome a crisis.

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A device for treating Parkinson’s disorders

In addition to medication treatments, physical activity also plays an essential role in maintaining the quality of life for people with Parkinson’s. Now, an innovative medical device helps treat these disorders. GONDOLA® is a portable device that can be used at home.

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