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Parkinson's disease is the most common neurodegenerative movement disorder. The main motor symptoms of PD are tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural instability. Current treatments of the disease provide control of motor symptoms but do not change its development. Parkinson's patients should receive regular rehabilitation as part of their treatment. TR practices and studies examining the effectiveness of these practices are needed in order to reduce the impact of the current pandemic period and environmental and personal causes in accessing rehabilitation services. In this thesis, in order to examine the effects of two different TR methods on physical parameters and activities of daily living in Parkinson's patients, Parkinson's patients who are eligible the inclusion criteria will be randomized according to the row of application and divided into 2 groups. Evaluations to determine the functionality, activities of daily living, falling activity, quality of life and fatigue level will be applied both groups. One group will be applied video exercise program prepared induvially via TR system, and the other group will reveive an exercise brochure via the TR system and patients will be asked to do the exercises 3 days a week for 8 weeks. Then the initial evaluations will be repeated. It is aimed to increase functional capacity, independence in daily living activities and quality of life, and reduce the number of falls and fatigue levels with exercise training to be applied to people with Parkinson's. We think that our study not only will contribute to the field of TR applications in PD, but also will provide access to rehabilitation services and help control symptoms of Parkinson's patients who cannot go to hospital, rehabilitation centers and cannot access rehabilitation services at home. Hypotheses: H0-TR applications have no effect on the level of independence in physical parameters and activities of daily living in individuals with PD. H1-TR applications have positive effects on physical parameters and independence in activities of daily living in individuals with PD.

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NCT number NCT05187195
Study type Interventional
Source Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa
Contact Elif Yilmaz, M.Sc
Phone +905344904064
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date November 14, 2021
Completion date October 14, 2022

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