Effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation (auditory, visual) on gait in Parkinson’s disease patients

  title={Effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation (auditory, visual) on gait in Parkinson’s disease patients},
  author={Pablo Casado Arias and Javier Cudeiro},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
This study has focused on how sensory stimulation affects gait in Parkinson’s disease (PD). The kinematic parameters of gait [cadence, step amplitude, velocity, coefficient of variation of stride time (CVstride-time), and the coefficient of variation of the step amplitude (CVstep-amplitude)] were analysed in 25 PD patients and 10 control subjects. Step amplitude, velocity and CVstride-time were altered in the patients with PD. However, when kinematic parameters were analysed as a function of… CONTINUE READING

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