Patients living with Parkinson’s disease will soon have an opportunity to learn more about exercising and it benefits, with the release of a new gaming system designed specifically for those with the neurological disorder.
Fifty-two patients are currently participating in a clinical trial which involves using the exercise system that was created by Red Hill Systems and UCSF School of Nursing. The custom designed system uses physical therapy based programs to improve balance and movement in hopes of slowing the progression of PD. The system also incorporates different difficulty levels for its users which should help encourage it’s use, depending . . . → Read More: 48 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – New “Gaming” Therapy Being Tested For Parkinson’s Patients