The neural correlates of gait improvement by rhythmic sound stimulation in adults with Parkinson’s disease – A functional magnetic resonance imaging study.

The neural correlates of gait improvement by rhythmic sound stimulation in adults with Parkinson’s disease – A functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Related ArticlesThe neural correlates of gait improvement by rhythmic sound stimulation in adults with Parkinson's disease - A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Parkinsonism Relat Disord. 2021 Feb 11;84:91-97 Authors: Nishida D, Mizuno K, Yamada E, Hanakawa T, Liu M, Tsuji T Abstract INTRODUCTION: Adults with Parkinson's disease (PD) experience gait disturbances that can sometimes be improved with rhythmic auditory ... read more
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