Mike Studer, PT, of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates, discusses the benefits of exercise specifically for a person with Parkinson’s.
I credit my intense training for slowing the progression of my symptoms.
Studies suggest that exercise can be helpful whether you have been living with Parkinson’s for a day or for decades.
Mike Studer discusses how exercise improves balance for a person with Parkinson’s.
High intensity exercise helps slow progression of Parkinson’s.
It’s time to get all 35+ muscles of your core working.
Boxing builds strength, stamina, balance, coordination, mental acuity and empowerment. It makes you a fighter.
Lee Dibble talks about the importance of exercise for people with Parkinson’s.
Two of our Ambassadors offer their advice for the newly diagnosed.
Learn how to build strength in your abdominal, lumbar and hip muscles.
Learn how to track your exercise to establish a baseline measurement and measure progress over time.
Occupational therapist Julia Wood discusses the importance of assembling a comprehensive care team.
Maintaining a regular daily routine is a critical component of living well with Parkinson’s.
Join us in Austin or online for a Parkinson’s innovation event.