Parkinson's disease is a movement disorder in the nervous system that affects movement. Movements cause tremor, slowness and difficulty. This also includes swallowing disturbances. In Parkinson's disease, the brain can not secrete enough dopamine that the body needs. Dopamine deficiency leads to limitation and slowing of the body's mobility. This condition, especially seen in older ages, has not been fully identified. Parkinson's rehabilitation aims to reduce hand and foot vibrations, increase mobility, eliminate postural and gait disturbances, and eliminate swallowing problems, if any.
Polyneuropathy rehabilitation: Polyneuropathy is the simultaneous breakdown of many peripheral nerves throughout the body. Infections, toxins, drugs, cancers, nutritional deficiencies and other disorders can cause many peripheral nerve breakdowns. Feet, hands, arms, legs and stilettos can cause the feeling of power loss. Polyneuropathy rehabilitation aims to relieve the feeling and help with the power loss of the patient and helps to restore mobility.