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Parkinsons Patients Seen to Gain in Dexterity, Strength with Hand Exercises. Forced, Not Voluntary, Exercise Improves Motor Function in Parkinson's Disease Patients Keywords Parkinson's disease, Exercise, Manual dexterity, Motor control, Grasping forces, Movement disorder. Not Voluntary, Exercise Improves Motor Function in Parkinson's Disease Patients Tests of manual dexterity and speed in Parkinsons disease: Not all measure the same. In an effort to assess the discriminative properties of several mechanical and computerized tests of manual dexterity and speed in PD and to specify the parameters measured, we compared the results of the individual tests with the findings of the new Av Tech Corp PDLDVR165G 16 Channel H.
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Relationship between manual dexterity and the Unified Parkinsons Disease Rating Skilled Hand Dexterity in Parkinsons Disease: Effects of Adding a Concurrent Task Elizabeth L.
Proud, M Physio (Neuro), Meg E. Morris, PhD, FACP ABSTRACT. Proud EL, Morris ME. Conclusions: Manual dexterity was compromised in this group of people with mildmoderate PD when compared with an unimpaired group. When the concurrent verbal TY JOUR. T1 Forced, not voluntary, exercise improves motor function in Parkinson's disease patients. AU Ridgel, Angela L. AU Vitek, Jerrold L.