International Journal of Medical and Health Research

International Journal of Medical and Health Research


International Journal of Medical and Health Research
International Journal of Medical and Health Research
Vol. 6, Issue 9 (2020)

Effectiveness of dual shock 3 controller on dexterity and grip strength in patients with Parkinson's disease at the end of 4 weeks: An experimental study


Shreyans Bafna, Abhijit Satralkar, Sucheta Golhar

§ Purpose: The study was conducted to find Effectiveness of Dual shock 3 controller on dexterity and grip strength in patients with Parkinson’s Disease. § Objective: To find effectiveness of Dual shock 3 controller on dexterity following a 4-week treatment on patients with Parkinson’s Disease. To find effectiveness of Dual shock 3 controller on grip strength following a 4-week treatment on patients with Parkinson’s Disease. § Method: Ethical clearance was taken from ethical committee of Modern college of physiotherapy. Subjects were selected based on Inclusion and Exclusion criteria. Procedure was explained to the subject and consent was taken. Pre-treatment readings for dexterity and grip strength were taken using nine-hole peg board test and hand dynamometer. Group 1 was demonstrated with conventional exercises and Group 2 was demonstrated the games with Dual shock 3 controller along with conventional exercises for alternate days for 4 weeks. After 4 weeks post treatment readings for dexterity and grip strength were recorded § Study Design: The study design is Experimental. Result: Dual shock 3 controllers along with conventional exercises is effective to improve dexterity, grip strength in patients with Parkinson’s disease than only conventional and was found statistically significant with [p value <0.05]
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