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By Diane Waller

Arts treatments and revolutionary ailment is a consultant to using arts remedies within the remedy of sufferers with ailments akin to Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. within the previous few years arts cures were utilized in an more and more wide selection of purposes with new teams of sufferers, resembling sufferers in palliative care, or with studying disabilities - Diane Waller has been a motive force in the back of this expansion.

This ebook covers remedy corresponding to artwork treatment, dance circulation treatment and song treatment. as well as facing a variety of debilitating ailments, it makes a speciality of the problem of the care and remedy of dementia and the results on sufferers, carers and employees and the position of the humanities remedies in enhancing the standard of existence for the expanding variety of sufferers who will unfortunately advance this distressing illness.

This commonly targeted, multi-disciplinary ebook can be of serious curiosity to arts therapists, arts remedy educators, scientific, social paintings and different employees who're involved to plot care plans for those sufferers and their kinfolk.

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These factors will interfere with comprehension and motivation. Patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease at post-mortem have Lewy bodies, round concentric inclusions which are found in the substantia nigra (Marsden, 1994). The term Parkinsonism is used for patients who have similar disabilities, yet may not necessarily have Lewy bodies at post-mortem. Motor function Parkinson’s disease is a syndrome, evidenced by disturbances in motor function, marked by tremor, bradykinesia (slowness of movement), rigidity and impairment of posture.

These help to expand the chest, and release tension. Breathing influences body shaping, which in turn relates to mobility and stability. It also emphasises an awareness of weight in the body and can bring an awareness of a shift in weight and how that is utilised and mobilised in the body. The body is central to an understanding of self and is the central component for movement. The structure of the body influences how we move. If Parkinson’s disease patients become aware of body changes they can intervene and understand the process, enabling them to feel that they have more control and consequently lessen their anxiety.

This results in stiffness in the muscles, slowness of movement, difficulty when starting movements, and, in some patients, tremor. This in turn will set up other problems: cognitive impairment, difficulty with skill learning and depression. These factors will interfere with comprehension and motivation. Patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease at post-mortem have Lewy bodies, round concentric inclusions which are found in the substantia nigra (Marsden, 1994). The term Parkinsonism is used for patients who have similar disabilities, yet may not necessarily have Lewy bodies at post-mortem.

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