Turning Stability in Individuals With Parkinson Disease.

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Summary of "Turning Stability in Individuals With Parkinson Disease."

Although instability during turning is a disabling feature of Parkinson disease (PD), little is known about the associated postural characteristics. Our goals were to compare turning stability between individuals with PD and healthy individuals and to investigate whether dopaminergic medication improves turning stability.


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Name: Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT
ISSN: 1557-0584


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