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Bergen, J.L., Toole, T., Elliott, R.G., Wallace, B., Robinson, K. and Maitland, C.G. (2002) Aerobic exercise intervention improves aerobic capacity and movement initiation in Parkinson’s disease patients. NeuroRehabilitation, 17, 161-168.

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  • TITLE: Efficacy of rehabilitation program in addition to pharmacological treatment during 8 months in Parkinson patients

    AUTHORS: Jesús Seco Calvo, Inés Gago Fernández, Juan Azael Herrero Alonso, Javier González Gallego, Nuria Garatachea Vallejo

    KEYWORDS: Parkinson; Rehabilitation; UPDRS

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Parkinson's Disease, Vol.1 No.2, November 15, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Objective: To compare 8-month effects ofmedical treatment plusrehabilitation on UPDRS scores ofparkinsonian patientswith that ofmedical treatment withoutrehabilitation.Design: Longtudinal randomized study. Participants:27 parkinsonian patients (69.50 ± 10.34 years). We divided our patient into two groups: control group (n = 9, received only medication therapy) and experiment- tal group (n = 18, received physiccal therapy and medication therapy). Intervention:The 8-month exercise interventions were twice-weekly 90-min sessions in group. UPDRS scales were measured before and after the interventions. Results: Two- factor ANOVA analyses revealed a significant main effect fromrehabilitation (p 0.05). Post-hoc analysis shows that UPDRS motor increased in control group (+37%) meanwhile decreased in experimental group (–17%). UPDRS ADL increased significantly more in control group (+26%) than experimental group (+5%).UPDRS total increased in control group (+33%) meanwhile decreased in experimental group(–11%). Conclusions:The results of the study suggest that exercise interventions should be a necessary ongoing adjunct toparkinson’s diseasemedication.