Heather Knight, PT, DPT, NCS, CBIS, of Creighton University explains different factors that play into our individual risks for falls like tripping hazards, changes in walking surfaces, and poor lighting. In this Davis Phinney Foundation Living Well Challenge™ webisode, Heather discusses what you can do to make your home safer to reduce your risk of falling and to strengthen movement.
Falling is an ongoing concern for many people with Parkinson’s. New research offers ways to lower your risk.
Learn why your core matters and how to build one that is flexible, strong and coordinated.
Living with Parkinson’s disease can have wide-reaching effects on your body and impact on your daily life. This panel discussion features diverse perspectives from members of a Parkinson’s care team: movement disorder specialist, physical therapist and neuropsychologist.
In this video, Dr. Peter Wang explores how tai chi can help you exercise your mind and body to improve cognitive and motor function in people with Parkinson’s.
In this video, Susan Imke explains how finding and using your signature strengths can help you become a more resilient person and give you the ability to adapt to challenges in Parkinson’s and in your everyday life.
Delve into Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) with neurosurgeon Dr. David VanSickle to learn more about the technology used, the components placed in patients and why asleep DBS may provide an advantage over awake DBS.
In this video, Dr. Benzi Kluger addresses some common cognitive and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s, including depression, fatigue, social isolation, and much more. Learn more about these symptoms and how to address them with medicine, behavioral changes and complementary therapies.