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Exercise Induced Hypoalgesia is Present in People with Parkinson's Disease: Two Observational Cross-Sectional Studies.

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Summary of "Exercise Induced Hypoalgesia is Present in People with Parkinson's Disease: Two Observational Cross-Sectional Studies."

Exercise is prescribed for people with Parkinson's disease to address motor and non-motor impairments, including pain. Exercise-induced hypoalgesia (i.e., an immediate reduction in pain sensitivity following exercise) is reported in the general population, however the immediate response of pain sensitivity to exercise in people with Parkinson's disease is unknown. The purpose of this study was to investigate if exercise-induced hypoalgesia is present following isometric and aerobic exercise in people with Parkinson's disease, and if so, if it varies with the dose of aerobic exercise.

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Name: European journal of pain (London, England)
ISSN: 1532-2149
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