Research staff who contributed to the randomised controlled trial about disability in Parkinson’s at a reunion in 2001
I have published the following papers relating the use of the Alexander Technique by people with Parkinsons disease.
- A detailed academic account of reseach methods and results. (Randomized controlled trial of the Alexander Technique for idiopathic Parkinson’s disease (2002)). For a quick overview I have prepared an illustrated summary poster. It can be downloaded here.
- A non technical explanation of the technique and its use with those with Parkinson’s. (Retention of skills learnt in Alexander technique lessons: 28 people with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease (2004))*
- |nformation for Alexander Technique teachers. (Teaching the Alexander Technique to People with Parkinson’s: Some ideas from my experience (2005))
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* The copyright conditions of the 2004 paper state that it is intended for personal academic use only, and should not be printed, downloaded, or forwarded electronically. Please contact the publisher if you require reprints or further usage of the paper.