A Possible New Gait Way: Spinal Cord Stimulation

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Parkinson's Foundation

Many people with advanced Parkinson’s disease (PD) suffer from gait (walking) dysfunction, freezing of gait and postural instability. These symptoms can cause falling, resulting in a multitude of injuries, a loss of personal freedom, caregiver stress and a reduction in the quality of life (Pirker & Katzenschlager, 2017; Samotus, Parrent, & Jog, 2018).

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Science News

Podcast Episode 37: Mental Health in a Medical Setting

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7019605
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Mental health issues are often a part of a chronic disease such as Parkinson’s, but no one comes into a disease as a blank slate. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Kara Barton discusses how to recognize mental distress, ways to access care, the healthcare providers who can help, and possible ways of getting care when insurance does not cover it.
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