The L-test in Parkinson's Disease

What outcome measures should we use for people with Parkinson's Disease?

Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a degenerative neurological condition characterized by impairments in balance, mobility and reduced activity levels. 

The Timed Up and Go-test (TUG) is a tool which is recommended to assess mobility and falls - however, it only assess a single turn in a preferred direction, which may mask unilateral impairments in PD.


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