Learn about the latest scientific findings linking exercise to health and healthy aging and how exercise may be neuroprotective in Parkinsonson's. Find an exercise program that is right for you and tips to stick with your exercise goals.
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Do you exercise your balance on a daily basis?
Sierra Farris, PA-C offers these simple steps to insire and motivate.
Music and dance are good for Parkinson's.
There is an exercise group around the corner just waiting for you.
Ready, set, go...FIT!
Get ready, get set, go!
Learn about the top ten tips to keep you exercising from expert Susie Ro,MD
Exercise is good for you only if you avoid injury
Neuroprotection refers to mechanisms within the central nervous system that protect neurons from degeneration or death. In the case of Parkinson’s disease, neuroprotection refers to the protection of dopamine producing cells within the basal ganglia from cellular damage.
We all know that exercise is good for our general health- strengthening our heart, muscles and body. Exercise is also good for the brain. The following information reviews research findings that show how exercise and movement improves our brain activity.
An exercise or physical trainer can help you stay on track withy our exercise program.
Learn about this technique that focuses the mind's awareness on spine, neck and head positioning to improve motor expression.
Learn about this method integrating mind and body in motor control and exploring our movement habits.
Tai Chi can help heal the body, and mind with a focus on energy through exercise, breathing, and meditation
Balance your exercise routine to do your best with Parkinson's.
Learn the value of exercise and how it can help you with Parkinson's.
Helpful tips to get you started on your exercise path.