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"Sport Medicine Journal" No.16 - 2008

The benefits of rehabilitation program on the parkinsonism patients

Rodica Trăistaru1, Ligia Rusu2, Mihai Dragomir2
1UMF Craiova, 2University of Craiova, Romania

Parkinsonism is one of the entities of basal motor disease group of basal ganglions and is characterized by primary functional deficits (negative symptoms) and secondary effects (positive symptoms).
The current study starts from one of the main aspects regarding the rehabilitation of the Parkinsonism patient, pursuant to that the motional function could be preserved at parameters very close to those physiological ones through a kinetically program made early. To conserve conveniently as much time as possible the motional function (especially the posture, the balance and walk) it must be connected the obligatory pharmacotherapy with the physical-kinetic programs. Choose of the physical-kinetics techniques are according to the clinical form and the gravity of the functional deficit. The main purpose of kinetic program integrated in complex medical assistance of Parkinsonism patient is the improvement of life quality, through amelioration of self-care activities, and possibility of making various activities in stability, balance and coordination conditions. “Parkinsonism patient don’t have to be helped” in the daily running activities – this is one of the kinetic rules that must be respected by his family members.
Key words:

parkinsonism, rehabilitation program, kinetic exercise

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