Dual-tasking postural control in Parkinson’s disease: does postural impairment make a difference?

Takeaway

  • Supraposture-focus strategy enables good dual-task control in people with Parkinson’s disease who have differing levels of postural impairments.

Why this matters

    Dual-task deficits are often seen in people with Parkinson’s disease. These findings could enable these individuals to execute dual tasks more safely and accurately and, ultimately, increase their functional independence.