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Rehabilitation Approach In Parkinson's Disease
Theoretical consideration: Parkinson's disease is a chronic progressive neurodegenerative movement disease/disorder defined by motor and non-motor symptoms. Motor symptoms include primary and secondary types, whereas non-motor symptoms include mental impairments, sleeping disorders and perceptual disfunction. Method: The research was based on the synthesis method, combined with description, compilation and classification, that served to present the conceptualization and health condition of persons with Parkinson's disease with an emphasis on non-pharmacological intervention - neurophysiotherapy. Results: The synthesis confirmed the complex heterogeneity is of the disease effecting a multidimensional range of persons's life and demands an interdisciplinary neurophysiotherapeutic intervention. Discussion: It was found that mitigation and management of Parkinson's disease demands an interdisciplinaty approach with combining supervised rehabilitation approcah, involving pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions, whereas non-pharmacological interventions are based on personalized physical activities. Studies show this kind of activities as new emerging medicaments insuring mitigation of disorders and impairments emerge by Parkinson's disease.