Posture and Locomotion Coupling: A Target for Rehabilitation Interventions in Persons with Parkinson's Disease

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Disorders of posture, balance, and gait are debilitating motor manifestations of advancing Parkinson's disease requiring rehabilitation intervention. These problems often reflect difficulties with coupling or sequencing posture and locomotion during complex whole body movements linked with falls. Considerable progress has been made with demonstrating the… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2012/754186

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@inproceedings{Mille2012PostureAL, title={Posture and Locomotion Coupling: A Target for Rehabilitation Interventions in Persons with Parkinson's Disease}, author={M. H. Mille and Robert A. Creath and Michelle G. Prettyman and Marjorie Johnson Hilliard and Katherine M. Martinez and Colum D. MacKinnon and Mark W. Rogers}, booktitle={Parkinson's disease}, year={2012} }