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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2019, 2(8); doi: 10.25236/FER.2019.020813.

Analysis of Research Status and Hot Spots in Sports and Parkinson's Disease (PD)

Author(s)

Minxia Huang*, Wenying Huang

Corresponding Author:
Minxia Huang
Affiliation(s)

Jiangxi normal university, No. 99, Ziyang Avenue, Nanchang County, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China
*Corresponding Author :3254169030@qq.com

Abstract

This study uses Cite Space 5.5.R2 as the main analysis tool, and studies related literature in the field of exercise and Parkinson's disease (PD) as the research object. Through descriptive statistics and data mining, it analyzes sports and Parkinson's. Objective analysis of relevant literature characteristics, hot topics and dynamic trends in the field of disease (PD). The results show that high-yielding countries, institutions, and authors in the field of sports and Parkinson's disease are mainly concentrated in the United States. Research hotspots in the field mainly focus on sports, Parkinson's disease, quality of life, gait, rehabilitation, balance, physical activity, etc. The research group is mainly elderly, adults (male), rats, and mice. In terms of research content and methods, early scholars mainly studied drugs and clinical treatment of Parkinson's disease, and later scholars studied the benefits of exercise therapy for patients with Parkinson's disease, and combined with drugs and clinical experience to provide theoretical basis for Parkinson's disease prevention and rehabilitation.

Keywords

exercise; Parkinson's disease; Cite Space

Cite This Paper

Minxia Huang, Wenying Huang. Analysis of Research Status and Hot Spots in Sports and Parkinson's Disease (PD). Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 8: 95-104. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2019.020813.

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