Objective: The study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a motor rehabilitation programme for 48 patients with Parkinson’s disease using the phenomenon of paradoxical kinesia in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Background: In recent years, researchers have been increasingly interested in non-drug treatment and rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), including various types of physical activity, which can significantly improve the condition of patients, including the normalisation of the mental sphere and improvement of their psychosocial functioning. The development of modern approaches to the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson’s disease using a combination of medicinal and non-medicinal methods is essential for controlling the symptoms of PD symptoms, eliminating pathological manifestations, as well as restoring and preservation of the quality of life of patients with PD.
Method: To study the state of the psychoemotional sphere, the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRDS), the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HARS), and the A. Beck (Beck Depression Inventory, 1961), Hospital anxiety and depression scale (HADS), Symptom Check List-90-Revised – SCL-90-R (L. Derogatis et al., S. Spilberger reactive and personal anxiety scales in modifying Y.L. Khanin, and Mezzich et al. (1999) quality of life assessment methodology.
Results: It was found that patients who underwent an additional online rehabilitation program and subsequently followed the rehabilitation recommendations demonstrated a significantly better state of the psycho-emotional sphere than patients who underwent online rehabilitation but did not follow the recommendations and patients who did not undergo online rehabilitation and did not follow the recommendations.
Conclusion: The full implementation of a motor rehabilitation programme using the phenomenon of paradoxical kinesia in online and offline modes with the continuation of the implementation of recommendations for regular motor rehabilitation is a means of improving the state of the psychoemotional sphere, reducing the severity of psychopathological symptoms, primarily depression and anxiety, as well as improving the quality of life in patients with PD.
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To cite this abstract in AMA style:N. Voloshyna, I. Bogdanova, I. Voloshyn-Haponov. The specific application of a motor rehabilitation package in correcting the psycho-emotional sphere in patients with Parkinson’s disease. [abstract]. Mov Disord. 2023; 38 (suppl 1). https://www.mdsabstracts.org/abstract/the-specific-application-of-a-motor-rehabilitation-package-in-correcting-the-psycho-emotional-sphere-in-patients-with-parkinsons-disease/. Accessed September 25, 2023.
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