Telehealth, forced exercise, Parkinson's apps, llama hiking trips, and "wow moments" of hope: here are some of the most important articles, podcasts, research, opportunities, and living well stories happening now.
Dr. Jay Alberts
Dr. Alberts has dedicated 17 years to studying the effects of exercise, primarily forced cycling, on motor and non-motor performance. Each project has inspired the next, and the research continually supports the belief that forced and high-intensity aerobic exercise improves motor function (and more) in people with Parkinson’s.
Learn how some of our research is coming to life.