Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease with Occupational Therapy Based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health
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Jin YAN, Lihong Ma
It has always been stressed that “drugs, surgery and rehabilitation are the troika for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.” Among them, throughout the rehabilitation treatment is of great significance to delay the progress of Parkinson's disease and improve the quality of life of patients. In particular, occupational therapy can provide an effective rehabilitation therapy for the patients with Parkinson's disease. Occupational therapists usually provide interventions to improve the quality of life of Parkinson's patients. This review will use ICF model to analyze the occupational therapy of Parkinson's disease patients and summarize the effectiveness of occupational therapy intervention.
Parkinson's disease; Occupational therapy; Icf; Review