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Functional Improvements in Parkinson’s Disease Following a Randomized Trial of Yoga

Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) experience significant limitations in motor function, functional gait, postural stability, and balance. These limitations often lead to higher incidences of falls, which have significant complications for individuals with PD. Yoga may improve these functional deficits in individuals with PD. The objective of this study was to determine...

Functional Improvements in Parkinson’s Disease Following a Randomized Trial of Yoga

Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) experience significant limitations in motor function, functional gait, postural stability, and balance. These limitations often lead to higher incidences of falls, which have significant complications for individuals with PD. Yoga may improve these functional deficits in individuals with PD. The objective of this study was to determine...

Functional Improvements in Parkinson’s Disease Following a Randomized Trial of Yoga

Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) experience significant limitations in motor function, functional gait, postural stability, and balance. These limitations often lead to higher incidences of falls, which have significant complications for individuals with PD. Yoga may improve these functional deficits in individuals with PD. The objective of this study was to determine...

Perceptions of Yoga Therapy Embedded in Two Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals: Agency Perspectives

assistance with this study and yoga therapist Nancy Schalk for implementing yoga therapy at these hospitals. Dr. Arlene A. Schmid was supported by a VA Career Development Award (VA RR&D CDA D6174W

Perceptions of Yoga Therapy Embedded in Two Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals: Agency Perspectives

assistance with this study and yoga therapist Nancy Schalk for implementing yoga therapy at these hospitals. Dr. Arlene A. Schmid was supported by a VA Career Development Award (VA RR&D CDA D6174W

Using intervention mapping to develop and adapt a secondary stroke prevention program in Veterans Health Administration medical centers

Arlene A Schmid 0 Jane Andersen Thomas Kent Linda S Williams 0 Teresa M Damush 0 0 Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center; Health Services Research and Development (HSR&D) Center on

Alzheimer’s disease multiple intervention trial (ADMIT): study protocol for a randomized controlled clinical trial

Background Given the current lack of disease-modifying therapies, it is important to explore new models of longitudinal care for older adults with dementia that focus on improving quality of life and delaying functional decline. In a previous clinical trial, we demonstrated that collaborative care for Alzheimer’s disease reduces patients’ neuropsychiatric symptoms as well as...

A multidisciplinary stroke clinic for outpatient care of veterans with cerebrovascular disease

A multidisciplinary stroke clinic for outpatient care of veterans with cerebrovascular disease Arlene A Schmid1,2,3,4, John R Kapoor5, Edward J Miech1, Deborah Kuehn6, Mary I Dallas7, Robert D Kerns8, Albert C Lo9,10, John Concato11,12, Michael S Phipps13,14,15, Cody D Couch13, Eileen Moran13, Linda S Williams1,2,3,16, Layne A Goble17,18, Dawn M Bravata1,2,3,191Department of...