PHYSIOTHERAPY PREFERENCE AND THE USE OF AMBULATORY DEVICES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE

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  • Fuengfa KHOBKHUN -
  • Prachaya SRIVANITCHAPOOM
  • Vimonwan HIENGKAEW

Keywords:

Parkinson’s disease , Physiotherapy, Preference, Ambulatory Devices

Abstract

Objective: This study was aimed to survey the reason of physiotherapy (PT) preference and the using of ambulatory devices in individuals with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Methods: Sixty-nine individuals with PD with a variety of modified Hoehn and Yahr (H&Y) stages were recruited. Participants themselves answered open-ended questions including demographic data, PT preference, and walking status. A researcher examined the stage of PD in accordance with H&Y. The data were analysed in frequency. In addition, the association between PT preference and using ambulatory devices with the severity of PD were examined. Results: Forty-six percent of participants preferred PT, but fifty-four percent did not. The most motivation for PT preference was the advantage for health, whereas the non-PT-preference was the low expectations of PT outcomes. The Association between the using of ambulatory devices and severity of PD was found in moderate PD (χ2= 26.69, p<0.001). Conclusion: Most individuals with PD appeared not to have PT preference. The using of ambulatory devices were highlighted in individuals with PD in the moderate stage. However, the crucial concerning on the low expectations of PT outcomes were the most important point for consideration. The evidences from our study would emphasize on focusing the education of the PT benefit to individuals with PD and the using of ambulatory device in individuals with PD in the advanced stage. This might be the promising benefit on understanding role of PT on PD patients for improving their quality of life.

(Journal of Sports Science and Technology 2022; 22(1):(49-58)
(Received: 6 February 2022, Revised: 17 March 2022, Accepted: 7 April 2022)
KEYWORDS: Parkinson’s disease/ Physiotherapy/ Preference/Ambulatory Devices
*Corresponding author: Vimonwan HIENGKAEW
Faculty of Physical Therapy, Mahidol University
999 Phutthamonthon 4 Rd., Phutthamonthon, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170, THAILAND.
Tel. +66(0) 2441-5450 ext. 21801
E-mail address: vimonwan.hie@mahidol.edu

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Author Biographies

Prachaya SRIVANITCHAPOOM

Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University

Vimonwan HIENGKAEW

Faculty of Physical Therapy, Mahidol University

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2022-04-27

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