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Recently I made a prototype of an idea I had to help people, especially PD people with gait. I am happy to say IT WORKS!. In fact, the reaction I got from a number of PTs near me was overwhelmingly positive.
It’s a simple mechanical device that
is placed into the shoe. I
requires no batteries, bluetooth, etc
signals the wearer when they are not hitting the ground heel first.
Hitting heel first is recommended everywhere. Being aware of lapses in heel strikes enables the… read more
This is what I found on the healthline.com website
How might stem cell therapy benefit Parkinson’s?
Researchers are exploring various approaches to use stem cells to treat Parkinson’s disease.
The current idea is to introduce stem cells directly into the affected areas of your brain where they can transform into brain cells. These new brain cells could then help regulate dopamine levels, which should improve the symptoms of the disease.
It’s important to note that experts believe this would… read more
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