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Research Participants Required: Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on gait in people with Parkinson’s disease

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is widely used in neuroscientific and clinical research and is known to improve movement abilities in people with and without Parkinson’s disease (PD). The aim of this research project is to examine whether gait and balance can be improved in people with and without PD using transcranial Direct Current Stimulation. Eligible participants: The study requires

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Improving postural stability and reducing falls risk in people with Parkinson’s disease using textured insoles.

You are invited to participate in a study that will improve our understanding of how to prevent falls in older people and people with Parkinson’s disease. Who is eligible? Community dwelling older people aged 55 to 85 years People with Parkinson’s disease without deep brain stimulation Able to walk without assistance What does this study involve for me? Some participants

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Research Participants Required: The experiences of those living with neurological conditions during Tropical Cyclone Yasi or Debbie

Do you have a neurological condition such as Parkinson’s? Did you experience tropical cyclone Yasi or Debbie? If so, we would like to hear your story. Jenny Quaill is a postgraduate James Cook University student researching the experiences of people with neurological conditions during Tropical Cyclone Yasi or Debbie. She is looking for people who are happy to share their

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