Agility – the ability to start, stop and change direction

Agility – the ability to start, stop and change direction While exercise has been hailed as a new therapeutic intervention in Parkinsons Disease, its efficacy depends on the way it is prescribed and implemented! This requires applying the principles of exercise and sports science to persons with Parkinson disease. One of those principles is called…

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Research Update – Strength Guided Plan

Research Update – Strength Guided Plan To get the most out of your strength-training routines, you need to work at your full cognitive and physical potential. You can get better at what you practice by integrating real-world complexity into your exercise! Read ahead as Dr. Becky Farley, PhD, MS, PT  shares the research behind how you can get stronger and fight bradykinesia in everyday life.  Everyone needs…

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February is National Heart Month

February is National Heart Month We had a moment to discuss heart month with Dr. Farley and she was bursting with heart information for us to share with you. Below are some of the items she really wanted everyone to have. Happy Heart Month!! Move more – Making Physical Activity Routine I found this fact…

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Virtual Sing-A-Long Returns

At the beginning of the Pandemic, the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) hosted a series of Virtual Sing-A-Longs. They were so much fun and well attended worldwide that the WPC will offer them monthly again

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