The diagnostic-therapeutic path in Parkinson disease
In subjects with Parkinson the physiotherapy rehabilitation is a very important instrument to fight and slow down the progression of the disease symptoms.
Even if it doesn't have a healing value, integrating it with pharmacologic therapy, it is possible to preserve a good patient physical tone and a significant recovery of motor capacities that are not already compromised. Subjects affected by Parkinson are able to learn motor or procedure processes.
For this reason, a good rehabilitation must include tools that can stimulate the preservation and the improvement of all motor functions, especially to support the everyday life (ADL).