Physical therapist, Mike Studer, of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates talks about the importance of tracking your exercise to establish a baseline measurement and measure progress over time. Tracking not only helps you keep your exercise routine current and effective, it provides the motivation to keep going when you see how far you’ve come.
I credit my intense training for slowing the progression of my symptoms.
Boxing builds strength, stamina, balance, coordination, mental acuity and empowerment. It makes you a fighter.
Brian Reedy shares how intense exercise gave him his life back.
Join us in Austin or online for a Parkinson’s innovation event.
Wonder why you feel worse during or after exercise? One of these may be the reason.
Jay Alberts discusses his research into the effects of forced exercise on a range of Parkinson’s symptoms.
This discovery served as the inspiration for a groundbreaking research study by Dr. Alberts and movement disorder neurologist, Dr. Bas Bloem, Radboud University.
Today you’ll learn how to strengthen your pelvic floor and develop deep core strength.