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Several Many therapeutic interventions involving different modes, intensities, and demands designed to when exercisinge in a gym setting are currently being used to are currently used to improve mobility and balance in a clinical population. These exercises are characterized by different modes, intensities and demands on the individual.  1 One such exercise intervention that may be beneficial for in improving mobility and balance utilizes uses vibratory stimulation. Different therapeutic and rehabilitation fields The have studied the effect of vibratory stimulation on the neuromuscular system has been studied in different therapeutic and rehabilitative fields and; it has therefore evolved into full- body 2 training, which is known as whole whole-body vibration (WBV). WBV is targets ed at individuals who have face difficulty in walking and those who may be less inclined to participate in more vigorous training. WBV has been shown toIt improves gait and balance in patients with multiple disease conditions, such as cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and stroke. A In theirrecent systematic review and meta-analysis by, Lam et al. examined the effects of WBV on outcomes related to balance, mobility, and  3 falls fall outcomes in among older adults without no known medical diseases. Overall, these Their investigations showed some evidence for of improving improvement in balance and mobility outcomes; however, , but these effects are were inconclusive. Parkinson’s disease is Onea condition in where which WBV may enhance mobility and balance is Parkinson disease. The effects of a vibration-type stimulusWBV in individuals with Parkinson’s disease were first identified when patients displayed relatively fewer symptoms when they wereduring train travelling on a train. The purpose of this study wasWe aimed to conduct a systematic review of published literature on the effect use of WBV on mobility and balance outcomes in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and its effect on their mobility and balance outcomes. The primary aim of this investigation, i.e., our primary aim was to examine whether if the existing WBV studies showed a consistent positive effect on mobility and balance outcomes.

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Many Currently, many therapeutic interventions designed to for exercisinge in a gym setting are currently used to for improve improving mobility and balance in a clinical population. These exercises are characterized by different modes, intensities, and 1 demands on the individual. One exercise that may be beneficial helpful for improving mobility and balance utilizes vibratory stimulation. The effect of vibratory stimulation on the neuromuscular system has beenis studied in different therapeutic and rehabilitative fields and has evolved into full- body 2training, known as whole whole-body vibration (WBV). WBV is targets ed at individuals who have face difficulty in walking and who may be less inclined to participate in more vigorous training. WBV It has been shown to improve gait and balance in patients with multiple disease conditions, such as cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and stroke. A In a recent systematic review and meta-analysis, by Lam et al. examined the effects of WBV on outcomes related to balance, mobility, and falls fall outcomes in among older adults without known medical diseases. Overall, these investigations showed some evidence for of improving balance and mobility outcomes, but the effects are were inconclusive. One such condition where WBV may enhance mobility and balance is Parkinson’s disease. The effects of a vibration-type stimulusWBV in individuals with Parkinson’s disease were first identified when patients displayed fewer symptoms when while they were travelling on a train. The purpose of this study wasIn this study, we aimed to conduct a systematic review of published literature on the effect of WBV on mobility and balance outcomes in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. The Our primary aim of this investigation was to examine whether whether previous WBV studies have showed shown a consistent positive effect on mobility and balance outcomes.

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