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Browsing publications by Diego Orcioli Da Silva.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Aisha Islam
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Annette Pantall
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Bi-Anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Combined with Treadmill Walking Decreases Motor Cortical Activity in Young and Older Adults2021
Veerle De Rond
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Annette Pantall
Compromised Brain Activity with Age during a Game-Like Dynamic Balance Task: Single- vs. Dual-Task Performance2021
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Ellen Silva
Usual walking and obstacle avoidance are influenced by depressive and anxiety symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease2019
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Ellen Silva
Objective measures of unobstructed walking and obstacle avoidance in Parkinson's disease subtypes2018
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Ellen Silva
Variability of crossing phase in older people with Parkinson's disease is dependent of obstacle height2018
Dr Ellen Silva
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Continuous use of textured insole improve plantar sensation and stride length of people with Parkinson's disease: A pilot study2017
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Ellen Silva
Challenging Postural Tasks Increase Asymmetry in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease2015
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
Dr Ellen Silva
Obstacle Crossing with Dual Tasking is a Danger for Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and for Healthy Older People2015
Dr Ellen Silva
Diego Orcioli Da Silva
The motor deficits caused by Parkinson's disease are not able to block adjustments for a safe strategy during obstacle crossing2015