Tuesday, June 12, 2012

People with early PD show increased arm swing

People with Parkinson's disease swing their arms asymmetrically -- one arm swings less than the other -- when walking. This unusual movement is easily detected early when drugs and other interventions may help slow the disease, according to Penn State researchers who used inexpensive accelerometers on the arms of Parkinson's disease patients to measure arm swing....

Read article

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please be constructive in your comments.