Julie Sharber

Evergreen, Colorado

I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2020; however, I’ve had a connection to Parkinson’s ever since my now 95-year-old father was diagnosed over 15 years ago. As a physical therapist, I’ve also treated many people living with Parkinson’s in my practice. Once I received my diagnosis, I decided to live my life fully and approach Parkinson’s with hope. I believe my best days are ahead of me, and I want to help others believe the same for themselves. Part of that involves educating people about exercise and nutrition and helping them develop healthy habits that will allow them to live well with Parkinson’s today and for many years to come.

When I’m not working with my physical therapy clients, you’ll find me exercising, learning about new therapies and technologies, speaking to support groups, traveling, riding my bike, hiking, gardening, and spending time with friends.

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