Parkinson’s Symptoms May Help to Judge Ability to Do Daily Tasks

Parkinson’s Symptoms May Help to Judge Ability to Do Daily Tasks
The clinical symptoms experienced by people with Parkinson’s disease, like dyskinesia or postural instability, may help to distinguish and group patients whose ability to perform daily activities are more or less affected, a new study suggests. These findings were detailed in, “Can We Predict the Motor Performance of Patients With Parkinson’s Disease Based on Their Symptomatology?,” a study published in ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2020-04-14By Ines Martins, PhD