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  • Terence Butler

    Member
    11/04/2024 at 12:47 pm

    Thank you Dr Pelicioni for presenting your great work to improve understanding of this particular area of PD. It was one of the first symptoms I noted that alerted me that I needed to get checked for PD. My question is does regular walking contribute to any improvement in gait and or reduction of falls?

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