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Parkinson’s disease patients may benefit from virtual-reality-based therapies

In people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), the inability to make quick movements limits basic functioning in daily life. Movement can be improved by various cueing techniques, such as providing visual or auditory stimuli when movements are started. In a study scheduled for publication in the August issue of the Archives of Physical Medicine and… Parkinson’s disease patients may benefit from virtual-reality-based therapies   

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