- •Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) helps for an effective gait training in PD.
- •The cerebellum may compensate for the loss of automatic and rhythmic motricity.
- •RAS reshapes the cerebellum-brain functional connectivity with regard to specific gait-cycle phases.
- •RAS may induce a recovery of the internal timing mechanisms generating and controlling motor rhythmicity.
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