Feasibility Study of the Taïso Practice in Parkinson’s Disease

Feasibility Study of the Taïso Practice in Parkinson’s Disease

Publication date: Aug 06, 2019

This is a pilot study of descriptive and analytical, prospective feasibility, monocentric, longitudinal with 6 months of bi-weekly practice of TacEFso in patients with Parkinson’s disease with mild to moderate postural instability. The intervention is planned over 6 months (25 consecutive weeks) for the whole project of the patient group. Patients are included in the month before the start of the treatment of the intervention. Four standardized evaluation sessions are conducted: a first evaluation during the first week of Taiso and then every 8 weeks (2 months, 4 months and 6 months). Incident collection and fitness assessment tests are performed by the physical trainer while the balance and are performed by a physiotherapist. The quality of life assessment and the MDS-UPDRS II rating are performed during the inclusion visit and then the final study visit (within 2 weeks) after 6 months of practice) with the coordinating neurologist. An evaluation of incidents is also carried out during this end-of-study visit.

Concepts Keywords
Angers Balance
Fitness Inclusion
Neurologist Neurology
Parkinson Health
Physiotherapist Parkinson’s disease
Postural Instability Articles
Trainer Education

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease DOID Parkinson Disease
disease MESH Parkinson Disease
gene UNIPROT ALG3
gene UNIPROT NR4A2
gene UNIPROT EGR3
drug DRUGBANK Isoxaflutole
disease DOID MDS
gene UNIPROT PAFAH1B1
gene UNIPROT RENBP

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