The emergence of a hyper-connected society where patients routinely check new information about treatments and medications for their diseases has completely changed the parameters that a modern medical practice operates in large, urban centers. Patients ask many questions. Patients with Parkinson’s disease and their relatives ask what non-invasive cures might exist.
The practice of Yoga has been shown to improve the muscle strength, flexibility and balance of its regular practitioners; however, its impact dynamic factors like gait, reactive balance and proprioception was not studied until a group studied the effects of a new meditation program.A new study found that YoMed was as effective as the Proprioception Training (PT) to improve the proprioception, balance and power in older patients that had suffered at least one traumatic fall.
Sixteen patients with Parkinson’s disease were randomly assigned to either the YoMed or the Propioception Training groups and they all received 45 minutes of…
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