The PKG™ system provides continuous, objective, ambulatory assessment of movement disorder symptoms, such as tremor, dyskinesia and bradykinesia during activities of daily living and in the patient's home environment.
Consisting of an interactive watch that collects movement data, proprietary algorithms and a detailed report, the PKG™ system also correlates the frequency and severity of symptoms with respect to consumption of Parkinson's medication.
11 April 2017Read More
The UK edition of the online news forum and blog, Huffington Post, has published an article by GKC's co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Prof. Malcolm Horne.
The blog titled "The Role of Health …
29 March 2017Read More
World Parkinson’s Day is held on 11th April each year. It marks the birthday of Dr James Parkinson, who published the first detailed essay on ‘Shaking Palsy’ in 1817, and establi…