Trunk Exercises May Improve Balance in Parkinson’s Disease, Study Finds

Exercise and fall prevention education can improve front-to-back trunk mobility in Parkinson’s patients with a history of falls, according to a Phase 2 clinical trial. The study, “Trunk exercises improve gait symmetry in Parkinson disease: A blind phase II randomized-controlled trial” was published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. People with Parkinson’s … Continue reading Trunk Exercises May Improve Balance in Parkinson’s Disease, Study Finds