Web-based telemedicine provides specialty care at home for Parkinson Disease (PD)

Published in JAMA Neurol. 2013 Mar Dr. Ray Dorsey, Associate Professor of Neurology, Director of the Movement Disorders Center, Johns Hopkins University concludes that web-based videoconferencing and telemedicine for the provision of specialty care at home is feasible, effective and provides value to patients, and may offer similar clinical benefit to that of in-person care in  Parkinson Disease (PD). This indicates that telemedicine is feasible for other movement Disorders and neurodegenerative Diseases.

The HandTutor, ArmTutor and LegTutor is used at home by Parkinsons disease patients and is supported by telerehabilitation.
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