1. Part 2 What makes a complete exercise program for people with Parkinson’s Disease?

    Exercise is very important for patients with Parkinson's Disease. The problem is that people who have PD (Parkinson's Disease) need special attention. With PD, the neurological system isn't functioning properly. Movement patterns are often very uncoordinated and rigid, and this is only one of the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. The medical community has put most of its research into pharmacology …Read More

  2. Part 1 What makes a complete exercise program for people with Parkinson’s Disease?

    There are over one million people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in the United States. Every year about 60,000 new people are diagnosed. This neurological disease usually affects people age 60 or older. Once a person is diagnosed with Parkinson's, life changes. There are five different stages of PD (Parkinson's Disease). Stage 1 - Mild symptoms that generally don't interfere with daily activit…Read More

  3. Moving pain-free in your daily life and exercise program

      As a corrective exercise specialist, I am trained to visually access how people move. Whenever I am at the mall, restaurant, or walking the street, I notice how people move. I notice more and more people of all ages exhibiting trouble moving properly. This includes walking, how they seat themselves, and their mechanics while eating, drinking, or doing other ordinary daily activities. Observing…Read More