They showed that active robotic assistance resulted in significantly greater gains in motor function than in individuals who received passive robotic assistance.
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Forced, Not Voluntary, Exercise Improves Motor Function in Parkinson’s Disease Patients.
Dynamic high-cadence cycling improves motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease.
These findings show that dynamic cycling can improve PD motor function and that activation of proprioceptors with a high cadence but variable pattern may be important for motor improvements in PD.